Category: Facebook


Here are a few nifty tips and tricks for easy and handy networking on Facebook…

Ø To post in Hindi( or other language) on Facebook :

o Open new tab in the browser, and visit www.google.com/transliterate/

o This page is an editor, wherein on the top left corner one can specify the preferred language.

o Write the required text in the text area, for example: to write “shaadi” in hindi, chooseimage as language and type in shaadi followed by a space to make the change. The text changes to image.

o When the text is finished, select all the text, copy and paste to the Facebook status or comment box. Done.

 

Ø With the new changes in Facebook, while commenting, pressing Enter posts the comment. This has been to done to make commenting handier. But how can one now change the line while commenting? Well, it can be done by just pressing Shift+Enter each time you want a change in line while commenting.

 

Ø One of the changes has been with the slide-view of the pictures on Facebook, having black background. Most of the Facebook addicts didn’t like this, preferring the older way. Well, you can revert to previous way of viewing pictures by just pressing F5 when the picture opens in slide-view.

Be more secure on Facebook…

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Facebook has become a very vital part of our life, wherein many of us post in some personal details and information, which we shall not at all want being leaked to someone who may tamper with them. Hence, social networking needs some attention from us to be meticulous about its security. Herein, I have dealt with few new features that Facebook have incorporated recently to make it more secure.

Use HTTPS instead of HTTP

HTTP(Hypertext transfer protocol) is a networking protocol—a set of rules—for communication over the World Wide Web. HTTPS is a secure version of HTTP. It stands for the same thing, while the S represents secure.

imageWeb browsers such as Internet Explorer and Firefox display a padlock icon to indicate that the website is secure, as it also displays https:// in the address bar.When a user connects to a website via HTTPS, the website encrypts the session with a digital certificate

If you haven’t upgraded your Facebook account security, it is highly recommended to do so.

How to upgrade my FB account security?

If you have decided to be more secure online, then, follow these 3 simple steps:

    1. Visit your Account Sections page
    2. Click on change beside Account Security section
    3. Check the checkbox to enable https… and click on Save button.

That’s all!