This WILL NOT WORK if you are NOT logged into facebook. I have not added facebook login detection to this demo, although that is pretty easily done. Just don't feel like doing it at the moment. So, log into facebook, and then visit this demo URL (won't do anything to your account, I promise, it's just to show you how it works): Demo URL: http://crazyflx.com/name/userdata2.html The "pitch" on that page is beyond weak, it's just an example though. Nearly 50% of all web traffic is logged into a facebook account, and with FB login detection added to this, it's beyond sick what you can do. Here is how to do it: Create two pages on your site. Userdata1.html & Userdata2.html (or whatever you want, names don't matter) On userdata1.html, put the following code: Code: <html> <head> </head> <body> <div style="width:400px; height:300px;"> <iframe name="fb" src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/registration? client_id=113869198637480& redirect_uri=https%3A%2F%2Fdevelopers.facebook.com%2Ftools%2Fecho%2F& fields=name,email,birthday,gender" scrolling="auto" frameborder="no" style="border:none" allowTransparency="true" width="100%" height="330"> </iframe> </div> </body> </html> Then, on Userdata2.html, you can show the email address of the user wherever you want using the following code: Code: <div style="overflow: hidden; width: 163px; height: 13px; position: relative;" id="i_div"> <iframe name="i_frame" src="userdata1.html" style="border: 0pt none ; left: -158px; top: -92px; position: absolute; width: 1600px; height: 799px;" scrolling="no"> </iframe> </div> And you can show their email address wherever you want using: Code: <div style="overflow: hidden; width: 238px; height: 19px; position: relative; border:2px solid #a1a1a1;" id="i_div"><iframe name="i_frame" src="userdata1.html" style="border: 0pt none ; left: -123px; top: -131px; position: absolute; width: 1600px; height: 799px;" scrolling="no"></iframe></div> The uses for this are pretty much endless...lead collection, CPA slicing, more conversions for pretty much anything (you think GEO targeting is powerful, how about NAME targeting?!). Get creative. Enjoy!!