New Facebook Application – Facebook Profile Banner Creator (Professional Edition)

Today, the Professional Edition of the Facebook Profile Banner Creator is released!

Demo is now running at http://apps.facebook.com/fbprofilebanner/
The original demo of the basic edition is now moved to : http://apps.facebook.com/fbprofilebannerbasic/

To highlight, the following new features are added:

  • Support categories for banner templates with category menu
  • Customizable no. of banners displayed in each user page with “Next/Prev Page” navigation system
  • Admin panels for managing categories and adding new banner templates. No more manual editing or file upload! Features of the admin panels include,
    * managing the categories
    * uploading and auto-resize banner templates from local hard disk
    * setting the categories for uploaded templates
    * pre-processing is done at the upload time, so no more temp files / temp directories needed.

For more info, you can visit my marketplace.

Screehshots are given below:

  • Main application page:
  • Sample Profile Banner Created
  • Admin Panel for Managing Categories
  • Admin Panel for Managing Banner Templates
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New Facebook Application Available – Facebook Profile Banner Creator

A new facebook app is now available at my marketplace. It is “Facebook Profile Banner Creator”! Live Demo at: http://apps.facebook.com/fbprofilebanner/ Application Features Creator a profile banner in your new Facebook profile page easily Easily Customisable – just create your own … Continue reading

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PHP SDK Demystified – The most Frequently Called api() Function!

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