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I have recently completed to develop a short course that explains everything you need to know in order to add facebook social plugins to your web site. The community version of this course is available for free personal and academic usage at www.abelski.com. The commercial professional version is available at www.xperato.com.
You can find abelski short demonstration for adding the facebook social plugins to a web page at http://www.abelski.com/courses/facebookplugins/abelski_facebook_plugins_page.html.
The following video clips were taken from the facebook social plugins course I developed, and they include a short demonstration for using the facebook social plugins.
The I Like Button Plugin
The Facebook Recommendations Plugin
The Facebook Like Box Plugin
The Facebook Activity Feed Plugin
The Facebook Livestream Plugin
The Facebook Facepile Plugin
The Facebook Comments Plugin
The Facebook Login Button Plugin
I strongly recommend you to question each and every absolute statements you hear from your teachers (including me). The world isn't black and white, and for every rule there are usually excepetions we should be aware of.
One example for the relevance of the 'goto' command can be the case of a software system that is about to end its life and a bug we need to fix. If using the 'goto' command can assist us with fixing the bug and that will take us a substantially smaller number of working hours then we should certainly do it.
The following video clip shows and demonstrates the usage of the 'goto' command in C#.
The following video clip present a short code sample that demonstrates this capability while using IE9. You can download the source code at www.abelsi.com. You can find it as one of the code samples in the 'Introduction to HTML 5' course.