I'm just about to finish up a web project, and so far I've got good social media integration into the site's theme (Youtube and Twitter)...except Facebook Like Box for a not-for-profit's Facebook Page! I would very much like to show it as is without the border and the Facebook Social Plugin hyperlink at the bottom, and I've found out how to do so via the following links:
Both are great resources, and allow me to accomplish my goal of total theme integration, but I came across the following Facebook policy:
IV. Application Integration Points - 4.d. You must not obscure or cover elements of our social plugins, such as the Like button or Like box plugin.
By definition to obscure is to conceal something, and granted that the only thing I want to conceal is the Facebook Social Plugin hyperlink (and perhaps change a few colors), but I've see a lot of sites that have done what I intend to do. The last thing I want is for my client's page/profile to get banned from Facebook. So I'm asking anyone who has had experience with this particular issue, if what I intend to do does constitute a violation of that policy, and have you heard of pages/profiles being banned from Facebook for the same reason?