On bulb you are able to embed from hundreds of popular websites. This includes Facebook of course. On bulb you are able to embed entire Facebook profiles or just an individual post.
To do this simply go to the Facebook profile and find the post you want to embed. You'll select the options menu that will be on the top right corner of the post with three dots. Once you have selected the options menu a menu bar will come down and you will see the option for "Embed"
Once you have selected "Embed" the menu for "Embed this Post" will come up. Once it has popped up, you will then select "Advanced Settings". An example of the picture located to the right.
Once you have selected "Advanced Settings" it will then take you to an external link that will generate a URL code for you to paste onto your page in the "URL" tab.
Once you have copied the URL code given to you in the external link, you will then go back to your page and select the URL tab and paste the URL code given to you into the box.
Once you have pasted the URL code into the box, you will then select "Submit" and your post from Facebook will now be on your page.
When creating a post knowing how to tell the difference between a public and a private post.
In the example below, there are two posts that are very identical. The only difference is the top one is public and the bottom one is private to friends only. Notice how in the picture below it gives an option for "Embed".
Now that we look at the post that was shared privately it does not give an "Embed" option. The reason for that is because it is not set in public. There is no earth symbol but instead, there is a symbol with two avatar heads.
In order to change the post to make it public, you must click on the avatars, and it will bring down options to change the post to the public. Once it has been changed to "Public" you will then be able to get an "Embed" option on the menu bar with the three dots on the top right so that you can embed your post onto your bulb profile.
What happens when a post has a video in it?
Not a problem at all when there is a video on the Facebook post. It's up to you as the user how you want your page to look. The instructions below will guide you.