It's because of caps lock key on/off to prevent double entering password.
Facebook actually accepts three forms of your password:
Your original password.
Your original password with the first letter capitalized. This is only for mobile devices, which ...
You can block app invites from specific friends by clicking on the gear menu in the upper right corner and then Settings, Blocking, and entering names under Block app invites. You can block specific apps from this same page under Block apps. If you do not use any Facebook apps or games and want to block them all from seeing any of your information or ...
The OAuth tokens for Google are at https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens (it's different from Linked Accounts).
When I tried it, Facebook created a popup with a OAuth prompt the first time and only briefly opened a blank popup on subsequent attempts. De-authorizing Facebook makes the prompts appear again.
Click on the triangle in the upper right corner of the blue bar at the top of the window, then Settings, then Privacy in the left sidebar, and then Limit Past Posts on the right to expand that section. Then click the Limit Old Posts button to limit your past posts to (at most) your friends.
You can also change the privacy setting on each post individually ...
The only thing you need to do is block the URL:
For Chrome, use the extension "FB unseen" which blocks the URL (full disclosure: I wrote this extension). If you want, with a little work you can use almost any adblocker to achieve this. But with "FB unseen" you can "Mark as read" whatever you want, so you can ...
To download your data, log into Facebook, then click the little arrow in the top right and select "Account Settings".
In the bottom left of your "General Account Settings" find the line of text that says "Download a copy of your Facebook data" and click the link.
As of 10/11/13:
Click on your name in top right corner
Click “Friends” at the top
Click the pencil image to “Manage”
Click “Edit Privacy”
Modify “Friend List” section by selecting from the drop down menu
If you have timeline (which I assume you have):
Go to your profile
Click on your friends list
Click on Edit
In the popup, click on the icon from the ...
Well, whoever lied about you being dead did so under the penalty of perjury.
IMPORTANT: Under penalty of perjury, this form is solely for the reporting of a deceased person to memorialize.
That said, the best course of action is probably to Report a Violation of the Facebook Terms. You probably want to choose either, "Other abuse or harrassment," and ...
I assume you want to end the Facebook session (log out) on the iPod? To do that, follow these steps:
Go to the Security tab and click the Where You're Logged In section
Here you'll find all logged in sessions. You can choose to End activity on all those associated with the iPod. In the below picture you see those associated with my Android ...
The first thing to keep in mind is that the feature works with GIF links, not GIF uploads. At least for now, attempting to upload your favorite GIF will not result in a usable, playable GIF on Facebook.
Services such as Giphy, Imgur, GFYcat and others are trying to make it ...
Never mind, I finally found the setting.
Press the Facebook logo to the Facebook Home page.
On the left-hand side, under Lists, press Close Friends. You may need to press More first.
In the top-right corner, press the Notifications button and select Off.
So they hid the option in a place that usually never contains options. How ever so intuitive... </...
You can't deactivate Timeline once you've activated it.
As for Facebook’s help pages, there’s no reference given to turning off Timeline. In fact, the only conversion reference is if you accidentally switch your Timeline to a business page, something which requires contacting Facebook support to rectify.
Facebook has confirmed to us that ...
There is an option for this, but unfortunately you cannot set it; it must be set by your friends who do not want to see your comments and likes. If you comment on or like a post that they can view, then your comment or like may appear in their News Feed unless they turn those off. To do that they can hover their pointer over your name or go to your profile/...
The list is = number of facebook users + ~10 normal emoticons(:), :P etc).
No, not kidding, you can take any user's profile picture and turn it into an emoticon. Take anyone's profile find his profile ID and post it to chat like [[PROFILE_ID]], and his/her profile image will turn into an emoticon. E.g. -
Try it. :)
Update: Finding the user ID is a bit ...
Facebook will not allow anybody to access a deceased user's account.
Please note, to protect the privacy of our members, we cannot provide anyone with login information for accounts.
You can submit requests for deceased family members' accounts through Facebook's help center:
Deceased users - special requests allows for family members to make special ...
You cannot block all Facebook game invitations.
Block game invites to a specific game
Block game invites from a specific friend.
Some background: Facebook derives a significant portion of their revenue from applications on the platform, especially those that are games. By allowing people to completely opt-out of games at all they'd be shooting ...
First, remove permissions from all the applications under Account Settings -> Applications.
If you haven't changed your password, do it now. Also change the password to any email accounts associated with your Facebook account.
Start with a clean slate here and see how that goes.
The privacy of your like is dependent on the privacy of your friend's post. if they only share the post with you, then you liking it will only appear in your friend's activity feed/newsfeed.
If they share it with a group of friends it will appear only in that group of friends' activity feed/newsfeed.
If they share it publicly. It will end up in all your ...
The number of mutual friends now includes mutual friends whose accounts have been disabled, but these friends are not displayed. Also, if the person's full list of friends is hidden to you, a mutual friend who also has their full list of friends hidden to you will not be displayed as a mutual friend.
It is now possible to edit your facebook posts. There is a down arrow at the top right of each post made by you that has the text "Edit..." where you can change the text of your posts.
Have you tried Google Image search?
Facebook profile photos are public (for discoverable accounts). If they have used the photo relatively recently a reverse image search may be helpful.
From Google Image Search, click the camera icon in the search bar ("search by image"), then choose the option to upload an image. (If you have a modern browser, you can ...
It's main use is just to get attention - a reminder that you know them on Facebook.
Mark Zuckerberg once said during a Facebook webinar:
When we created the poke, we thought it would be cool to have a feature without any specific purpose. People interpret the poke in many different ways, and we encourage you to come up with your own meanings.
Go to your activity log (https://www.facebook.com/<yourusername>/allactivity) and filter by friends.
Direct link: https://www.facebook.com/<yourusername>/allactivity?privacy_source=activity_log&log_filter=cluster_8
To start, use a computer and open the Google Chrome browser. If you don’t have Google Chrome, then download it. Then use the Google Chrome browser to go to http://m.facebook.com/messages/
Then click the person you want to see the first message with.
Now press Ctrl+Shift+J and then paste this code into the lower window that pops up, and then press Enter. It ...