Auto post status to facebook on-the-fly with any user's login inf
I need to write a piece of code that takes anyone's login info, accepts a textual message, and posts it as status to his/her facebook account. but my understanding so far, is every fb app must be tied up with an app key etc and the person who uses my code has to pre-install the app, then how do i do it on-the-fly?
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Save the hassle of logging into 2 websites just to update your current status. Now you can link your Twitter and Facebook accounts together and save heaps of time! Twitter is a micro-blogging service, that allows its users to send and read other users' updates in real time. While Facebook, the fastest growing social networking community on the Internet today, connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them.
It is a hoax and not true. Basically, Facebook has to ask you to agree to things even if they never want to do anything. This is an old hoax from a couple of years ago and someone has changed the date!
Also once you post something to Facebook you have posted it in the PUBLIC DOMAIN and therefore 'fair use policy' comes into play. Anyone can take what you post and use it as long as it is not for financial gain.
You were not clear. Do you mean that your password itself is being rejected (it must be at least 6 characters long) or are you saying you cannot login to Facebook because your email and/or password are apparently incorrect? Your email address as well as the password must be correct.
Facebook is a very popular social networking site, it is definitely not
one of the easiest sites to use! Although Facebook is feature rich, the
user interface can be fairly complicated. Do not worry, here is the
most straight forward way to upload photos to Facebook.
Login to your Facebook account, and from the top navigation menu select "Profile", this should take you to your profile page. Facebook Navigation
Below your status message you will notice a series of tabs, click on the tab that says "Photos". Profile page tabs.
You should see a button to your right which says "Create a Photo Album" (Facebook Image Album),
click on it and you're on your way to upload and share your fabulous
pictures with friends and family. Remember the pictures are controlled
by the Privacy or Sharing settings that controls who can and cannot see
Yet another shortcut for posting images on Facebook is as follows:
you're logged into Facebook, see the Status message box and right below
it is the attach tab with options for attaching photos, videos and
more. Status Message Posting options.
click on the Photo button. You'll get a drop-down menu to upload your
photo if you're looking to upload a single image as well as an option to
upload a new album. Click on your choice and you're ready to share your
images with the world of Facebook users. Attach Options.
Exporting Pictures from Applications
also provides you with the ability to upload images directly from
various imaging and image management applications. This makes things
easier for sophisticated users who use special software to store and
catalog their images, since the workflow becomes much easier to handle.
I just found out who to contact: email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Can't send emails, accept friend requests, change my status, view
your Facebook log in page and see if you have a message there that says
isn't running, try deleting your Temporary Internet files. Close and
reopen your browser and log into Facebook again. This is what worked for
If you are using a browser that has the ability to SAVE your log in info, and you recently changed your info, the browser might be trying to log into a false link onto the FB site. I would recommend clearing your cache for this browser and going straight to the FB main page and logging in. If that doesn't work, trying using a different browser and see if you get the same error. Since it is a different browser you shouldn't.