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When ever I send a facebook post or message I want it to include a link box or message to a certain link....How is this done ?

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Make facebook my home page, facebook keeps dissconnecting me


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The Facebook Chat feature allows you to send and receive messages in real time with friends who are online.
Your chat box reveals a list of available friends you can chat with by clicking their names.
For those times when you're not up for chatting, you can choose from several different privacy options, including disconnecting Facebook Chat.
You can opt to disconnect it completely, or just partially allowing chat availability for certain people and not others.
You can reconnect in a few quick steps.
Facebook Chat Availability

Your Facebook Chat availability determines how you appear in your friends' chat lists.
When you're logged in to your Facebook account, your name appears in the chat sidebars of any friends who are currently logged in.
When you set your chat preference to available, a green box appears next to your name.
When you're available, but idle, a grey moon appears next to your name.
When you're unavailable, your name appears without an icon.

Adjusting Chat Availability
Adjust your chat availability to control the visibility of your name in friends' chat lists.
Sign in to your Facebook account and click the "Chat" box in the lower right corner of any page to open your chat list.
Click the "Options" icon in the upper right corner of the box.
Click "Go Offline" to disconnect your chat availability.
If you're using the Facebook Chat sidebar, click the "Options" icon in the upper right corner of the box. Click the "Chat" box to open the sidebar if it isn't showing up on your home page.
Click the "Available to Chat" option to delete the check mark, making yourself invisible and unavailable to chat. Click the "Limit Availability" option and use the resulting pop-up to choose which friend lists you wish to remain visible to. This allows you to chat with some friends without others knowing you're logged on.
Disconnected Facebook Chat
Once you disconnect Facebook Chat or limit your chat availability, your online presence will be invisible to other users.
You can still browse the Facebook site as you would normally.
The appearance of your chat list won't be altered by your availability; you'll still be able to see which of your friends are online and available to chat.
That is, as long as their chat availability isn't hidden or disconnected.

Your Chat Messages

If a friend attempts to message while your Facebook Chat is disconnected, the message will be delivered to your Facebook inbox.
You'll receive an on-site notification, as well as text or email notifications if you're set up for that, alerting you that you have a new message in your inbox.
Click the "Message" icon that appears in the upper left corner of any page upon signing in to your Facebook account.
Any new messages will appear in the drop-down list. Click the "See All Messages" link at the bottom of the box to access your inbox and respond to any messages.

http://www.facebook.com/help/?topic=chat

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Cannot share to facebook?


Facebook and Twitter are both amazing social networking sites. If you use Twitter, you know that one of it's great features is the Retweet, which allows you to pass on a post you receive to your friends and followers. Retweeting makes it very easy to share information in Twitter.

Facebook also allows you to share a friend's posted link in much the same way as a Retweet! Using the Share feature, you can post a friend's item to your own Profile and Live Feed, while giving them credit with a Via message.

This lets all your friends see posts that you receive from people that may not be on everyone's list. It's a great way to pass on fun, interesting or important links that you want to share with all, or just some, of your friends.

It's easy to use this feature. Here is How To Use The Facebook Share Via Feature.

First of all, Facebook currently doesn't let you Share everything that your friends post. You cannot Share their Status Updates or Photos.

You can Share any of their Posted Links. This would include websites, links, or videos that a friend or organization posts to their News Feed. To simplify how to know what things you can Share, just look for the word "Share" under the item. It will be next to the "Comment" and "Like" choices, and if it's there, you can Share! If a friend has posted an item that you want to Share and post to your Profile page with a Via credit, click on the "Share" link underneath the item. A "Post To Profile" box will pop up. You can write a message in the text box that will post along with the Shared item, or you can just leave it blank and let the post speak for itself. You can also click on "Send as a Message instead". This allows you to share the post with just one friend, a list, or an email address. The default setting is to display a small thumbnail picture of the posted item along with the post, so if you don't want the thumbnail to show, you have to select the "No Thumbnail" box. Normally you would use the default setting and display the thumbnail. Let's say you choose to Share it on your Profile and Live Feed. Just click on the "Share" button to post the item. You will get a confirmation message on the screen that the message was posted to your Profile. Click on your Profile or the Live News Feed to see how the Shared message looks to the rest of the world. The originator of the message will be given credit by placing the word "Via" in front of their name by the reposted item. You've just done the Facebook version of a Retweet!

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Unable to like or share in fb


Facebook's "Like" function allows you to express support or enjoyment for the posts your friends share to the news feed or your wall. When you "Like" a shared item, it notifies the original poster and anyone else who has liked or commented on the post. By using this function, you can participate in the discourse about the post without actually needing to type a single word.

Navigate to Facebook and sign in to your account. Locate the shared post you want to "like." Try scrolling through your news feed or navigating to the page belonging to the person who shared the post if you have difficulty finding it. Click the "Like" link, located below the shared post. You will see a message saying "You like this" under the link once the "like" has been successfully submitted. Share Articles on Facebook b> Facebook is increasingly used as a news source by its millions of users. Facebook friends and fans receive and share news of interest through status updates and links to outside articles. Sharing articles on Facebook is easy. You can share an article by posting it to your wall for your friends or fans to see, or you can send it to just a few friends by direct message.

b>Log in to Facebook with your email address and password. Click "Link," located to the right of "Share," near the top of your homepage. Copy the Web address of the article you want to share, and paste it in the box. Click "Attach." Add a message to the post if you wish, then click "Share." The article will appear on your wall and in the news feeds of your friends or fans. b> Posting Directly from Another Site b> Locate the share button near the article. This button may appear as "Like," "Recommend" or "Share on Facebook." Once you click it, a new box will open. Log in to Facebook if you have not already done so. Click "Post to Profile," then "Post," to share the article on your wall. b> Share Using Direct Message b> Click "Messages" from the left-hand column of Facebook. Select "+New Message" near the top of the page. Type the name of the person to whom you are sending the article. Add your message, and paste the link. Click "Send." Hope this helps.

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I want to block some one face book account


Top 10 Facebook tips

Below is a listing of our top 10 tips for the popular social networking website Facebook.

Hide users, games, polls, etc.

It quickly gets annoying seeing some users posts, game invites, polls, etc. Hovering your mouse to the right of the post and clicking the Hide button as shown below can hide any post. Once this button is pressed you'll be prompted with the option to hide that user or in the case of a Facebook application the option to hide that application from ever showing up on your profile.


To unhide someone or unblock an application click the Edit Options link in the bottom right corner of the news feed as shown below.


Greasemonkey and FB Purity

Although Facebook does not allow the ability to hide friends getting new friends messages, friends becoming fans of something, and some application messages they can still be hidden with browser add-ons. If you're running Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Opera, or Safari we suggest installing the Facebook Purity add-on

Update your privacy settings

Click Account in the top right corner of the Facebook window and then click Privacy settings to adjust who is capable of seeing what on your Facebook profile. We highly recommend going through all the privacy settings to verify your privacy is properly protected.

Anything that is not set to friends only or friends of friends can be seen by anyone searching on the Internet. Below is a few things we recommend for most users.

1. Under Search in Privacy settings uncheck Public Search Results. This will prevent users from finding your account and profile picture in search results such as Google

2. Under Application settings, make sure you're only allowing applications you want to have access to your information. Applications that you grant rights to can have access to your Facebook profile information.

Use the Facebook top bar for navigation


Knowing how to properly navigate is vital if you want to get the most out of Facebook. Below is a brief description of each of the available options in the top bar as shown above.

Home (facebook logo) - Clicking this logo will take you to your wall (News Feed) that shows all friends recent posts.

Friend requests - If any friend requests are waiting to be approved this icon will show a notification of how many friends are waiting for approval. This icon can also be clicked when you want to view any friend recommendations or search for friends on Facebook.

Messages - This section allows you to send and receive private messages between one or more people you're friends with.

Notifications - Any time a friend or Facebook application creates a new post you'll be notified in this section. Clicking this icon will show all recent notifications. If you wish to change what is capable of sending you notifications including any Facebook applications or games click the See All Notifications link at the bottom and check or uncheck what you want to be notified on.

Search - Finally, the search box in Facebook can be a powerful tool that can be used to quickly find any current friends or people on Facebook. In addition searching for terms such as a company name, product, sports team, music band, etc. will find fan pages and groups that can be joined.

Modify your account notifications

Keep your e-mail and your cell phone clean by updating or eliminate Facebook notifications or keep more up-to-date by adding new notifications. Facebook notifications can be added and removed by clicking Account link in the top right corner, then Account Settings, and then clicking the Notifications tab.

Top News and Most Recent


By default Facebook will display your wall postings in the News format, which means it only displays posts it believes are most relevant to you. These results are based on your past interaction with your friends. If you want to see every post made by all your friends that are not hidden click the Most recent link in the upper right section of your news feed as shown in the above picture example.

If you want to adjust who shows up manually click the Edit Options in the bottom right corner of your news feed.


View High School work friends

If you've added your High School or previous Work locations to your profile, quickly see all classmates and co-workers on Facebook by clicking the link in your Info tab under your profile.

Quickly change profile picture

Your profile picture can be quickly changed to any other picture by visiting your profile, hovering the mouse over your current profile picture, and clicking the Change Picture link that appears in the top right corner of the picture.

Don't post private information on friend's walls on in comments

When you make a post on a friend's wall or in any of their comments realize that any of their friends are going to be able to see that post. If you wish for something to remain only between you and a friend send them a Facebook message instead.

Suggestions and random friend invites

As you get more friends on Facebook it will begin making friend, groups, and fan suggestions. These are suggestions made by Facebook and not your friends. Unless these are something you're interested in they can be ignored.

This same rule can be applied to people who may want to be your friend that you don't know. If you don't know someone don't accept his or her friend invite. Once someone becomes your friend they'll have access to any information your friends are capable of seeing.

Tag your Facebook friends in your photos

Always make sure to tag any of your Facebook friends that are in pictures you upload. However, never tag someone who is not in the picture. When someone is tagged in a photo that picture is automatically added to that persons profile and is a great way to share pictures

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What is a browser plug in & how do i remove it so that i don't have spam attached to my fb?


Do you have AVG for an anti-virus? Tturns out that the latest version of AVG has a feature which inserts a message about links being safe when you post them on Facebook, MySpace, etc. Deactivating that fixed it for me. Go to your AVG advanced settings menu and find LinkScanner, then uncheck the box about inserting messages into Facebook and MySpace posts.

Interestingly, this didn't cause me any problems in Internet Explorer, only in Chrome. It's how I discovered this. I decided to try posting a link in Internet Explorer, and it did post but it added a message about LinkScanner to the post, so I went to turn that feature off and then discovered Google Chrome will now let me post links to Facebook again.

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Jan 10, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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How to send scrap in facebook. This social networking website not better then the orkut so please take the scrap option in facebook. I know . you are saying me you were use the orkut .


Facebook has two messaging steps other than chat.
wall post: Goto ur friends profile and write in the box. This is called wall posting.Its visible to all ur friends unless u change privacy settings
message: goto ur inbox and send them a message.It's only visible to u and the person u r sending.Messages are private.

Facebook Does not Provide the facility of Scraps. There is Wall Posting. You can post Comments and messages on your friends wall.
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How do I send a message directly to someone on Facebook? Thanks!


I am assuming that this person is already on your friends list.
You can email (more private) by clicking on the second icon after the logo on the top right (when you mouse over it says "messages"). Click on "send a new message" link. A modal will open. Enter the name of the person and enter your message.
You can also go to this person's profile and write on his/her wall (field on top of the center column) and click share when done (please note that this will be a public message). Or click under their profile picture the link: Send 'name' a message.
Hope that helps

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Posting or sending a message


that has happened to me a few times. the box where you can leave a comment just goes blank and i cant type in the box. if thats the same problem you're having, it went away for me. i only had that problem on 2 people's profiles then the next day it was good again. as far as the messaging, is the "send message" link not appearing?

Sep 20, 2008 | Facebook Social Network

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