How do I make our organization's Facebook page's posts show up on the right side of our Homestead index page?

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How do I make our Facebook page posts show up on the right side of our Homestead index page?
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Which site are you working on?
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Thank you, Drew!

Now I simply need to redesign so our Facebook posts are in a more attractive space, which I will do later today.

Also, can you tell me how to remove the below text from the web page?
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Sure, go to page settings > background, links & footer. Edit the footer and uncheck the 2 boxes at the bottom.
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Done.  Many thanks for your assistance, Drew!
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Ohhhh, and now that I've discovered your expertise and speedy answers ...

Why are the below two files listed in my Homestead Sitebuilder File Names list for the website for www.FeralCatAssistanceProgram.org?

FCAP.filelist                    which says it is a 2KB File file type
~serverFileCache.xml     which says it is a 20KB File file type

I've used Homestead Sitebuilder for years but have never seen these two oddly named files in my Homestead Sitebuilder file names before.  If you don't know why they're listed among file names on ONLY this website, may I delete those two files?



And (hopefully) lastly, do I NOT need to back up any of my Homestead websites since:

> I use Sitebuilder and therefor I have a copy on my local hard drive?

>or DO I need to back up my Homestead Sitebuilder websites and if yes, how?
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They are just system information files. You can delete them, but the cache file will probably create itself again.

If you use Sitebuilder desktop, you do have a copy on your computer. IF you want to be able to download the site and its files, you can read this topic. https://community.homestead.com/homestead/topics/how-do-i-create-a-backup-of-my-sitebuilder-plus-sit...

You can't have too many backups. For data security it is recommended that you have no fewer than 4 backups on different devices to be sure not to lose all. Ideally, at least one backup would be in a completely different location.

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