Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Mark Zuckerberg’s company has the means to protect themselves, but the group of hackers has proved it can go very far. Those who fear that social networking can fall – or those who want to prevent account theft – can download all your data with a couple of ‘clicks’. This is a very visible and accessible option but little known.

To perform data downloading a file, the user must refer to the button ‘Account’ located in the upper right corner of Facebook. It then opens a menu where you must select ‘Account Settings’. The default display shows the menu ‘General’, in which you can edit the user name, password, language and networks and the related accounts and email address.

Under this menu option ‘Download a copy’, directed to another window which explains in detail this role. Facebook says that the file contains any user who has photo and video sharing social network and publications in the Wall, friends list, messages and chat conversations. The photos of friends, status updates and comments the user has posted in other accounts are excluded from the data download.

The window adds a warning message, which encourages the user to protect your private information. “Your Facebook file includes important (more…)

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Preview iOS 6 certainly can not be called a revolution. After the death of Steve Jobs, many thought that Apple would not be the one that used to be. And now, looking at a list of changes in the new version of the operating system for handheld devices, the company inevitably catch yourself thinking, is it not a harbinger of future extinction. One could say, year after year, they say, the Apple lick iOS, adding new basic functions of a teaspoon, but these “year after year” lasts almost as five years. Major changes in the latest version focused primarily visual component, the center of the notification is useful, he will use all the time, but I can not say that this is the height of logic, precision and beauty – in most cases, this only makes the center of the turmoil.

In iOS 6 there is no breakthrough, not only those who use compromised devices have long been able to see some of the features. No matter how it was strange, but for me the biggest plus of the new version – that when you install the application does not close AppStore. If you do not use AppStore, you know, and sometimes present in iOS frank delirium. You have (more…)

blogger gadget facebook

First, you must register your blog from blogger as a page or a group on Facebook. Choose either information, the title, the description and the image that will be logo.Then invite your friends and readers to register. For readers there is a 


widget – and this is what we are going to talk about.

Therefore, for this widget, log on to Facebook, go to the Blog page and click on “Add a widget on the Web site”

Select your blog and change the two options as you wish: they include news and show the fans (I recommend both)

Click on + Blogger.
Then, go to page layout and then move the widget in the column of your choice. When have positioned you, modify and look at this:

“fb:fan connections =”x”width =”and”profile_id =”110083063877? stream =”z”

You can replace x with the number of fans that want to appear (I recommend an even number for easy viewing), and by the width of the column in pixels and 0 or 1 for display or name of the sequence (the news).

Here is another option

CSS: its own style of the map widget
height: height of the widget in pixels

When you share a message on Facebook, it displays a sticker picked in the page of message with a short description of the position. But in many cases Facebook fails to identify the good image and description to use. This is totally boring, and I received many requests to the subject on my Facebook page and by email.

So for those who are trying to figure a way out of this, here is the solution.

What image and description not collect Facebook from your Message page

 

Facebook regularly scrape your page and caches the data on your servers. They seek information from metadata (tags Opengraph and others) in your page. Metadata can explicitly specify the image and description to use when the page is shared.If Facebook is not metadata, their algorithms is picking up another description and image of your page.

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