To allow your website visitors to register quickly and easily using their Facebook account, you need a dedicated Facebook App for your website. Unfortunately, app creation limits imposed by Facebook may prevent the iHOUSEweb support team from creating an app on your behalf. However, if you create the Facebook app yourself, then grant us an Administrator role, we can take care of the rest for you. Simply follow the instructions below.

Begin by navigating to the Facebook developers portal:

Click "log in", and sign into Facebook with your usual Facebook credentials. You need a Facebook account to proceed, so if you do not have one already, you need to join Facebook. For the purposes of this guide, we will assume you already have a Facebook account, and have successfully signed in.

Click "next" to create a "Facebook for developers" account

Verify your account using your mobile phone number. An confirmation code will be sent to you via text message (SMS). Enter the code, then click "Verify"

CHANGE the app name to your website's domain name, e.g. (DO NOT USE THE DEFAULT VALUE). 

CHANGE the app contact email to 

Click "next".

Pass the security check - check the box that says "I'm not a robot" and follow the CAPTCHA instructions if necessary (you may or may not have to do this). Once you have completed the security check, click "submit".


Select the box that best describes what you do - "owner / founder" is probably the best choice since you are the owner of your website.

Click "add your first product" and you will be taken to your app dashboard.

Click "Roles" on the left side of the screen, then click "add administrators".

Enter the following Facebook ID, then click "submit":


You may be prompted to re-enter your password at this point. Once you have successfully submitted the "add administrators" form, you should see a new administrator listed named "Joe Webb."

You are free to close the window now. We have received your invitation to manage your new Facebook app, and we will take care of the rest as soon as possible.