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I have a page in Facebook for a website I own. I am the admin for the page, but I am unable to change the page info, picture, etc. How do I enable those options? If I am unable to restore these options, is it possible to delete the page (has a custom vanity URL) and then create a new page with the same custom vanity URL?

This is what the Edit Page looks like:

Restricted Facebook page admin

As you can see, the following sections are missing from the edit page:

  • Your Settings
  • Basic Information
  • Profile Picture
  • Featured
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How long ago was this page setup? Did you go through the getting started steps? – phwd Jul 20 '11 at 16:28
It was setup a couple months ago. Yep, I went through the process where you pick which type of page it is, etc – Jim Geurts Jul 20 '11 at 23:30
Following up very late but is this still an issue? – phwd Jan 25 '12 at 8:11

Try navigating directly to this URL, putting your page's ID in the place of YOUR_ID_HERE. Might allow you access to the other pages.


If you still can't, try opening a support ticket here: http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=pages_bug

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