Posted: December 12th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Facebook Expressions Updates, Facebook Profile, Uncategorized | Tags: facebook covers, Facebook Covers and Profile Timeline, Facebook Profile Timeline | No Comments »
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Change seems to be inevitable on Facebook and now another one, a big one called Timeline, has been rolled out in New Zealand before making it worldwide. This profile is a totally new design that needs getting used to for you to navigate comfortably as you say goodbye to the old version. This visually-rich design begins with a so-called cover in which you introduce yourself with an image that is quite large. The Facebook Covers and Profile Timeline are definitely a big change in this social networking site.
Following the cover, which is on the top part of the new layout, will be the main section of your stories and photos as well as all the previous posts. This will go back to the very first entry on your wall and will be sort of an online yearbook of your life. New entries will appear in this section and you can easily share everything with various social apps to express yourself, including such items as the songs you like. It will be here where your friends can know whatâ€™s up in your life and join in what you do. While the posts on the old version of Facebook profile were arranged in chronological order that required scrolling, this time it will be more of clicking than scrolling as you pull up a timeline in your life, say the year 2010. And be prepared to do things on two columns rather than just one.
Obviously Facebook is making these changes and many more to keep them on top of the online social networking world, especially since other sites are competing with their own special features. Will the millions of Facebook users like the new Facebook Covers and Profile Timeline so much so that they will stay with Facebook or will some of them get tired of the many recent changes?
Posted: April 4th, 2009 | Author: admin | Filed under: Facebook Expressions Updates | Tags: Expressions Layouts, Facebook, Facebook Layout, Full Page Layouts, Internet Explorer, Technorati | 3 Comments »
Here are some of the most common support questions and answers we receive.
- How come my Expression is not showing on my profile?
If by profile you mean on your wall page, then the answer is, it won’t. Please refer to our Answer #3. If it is not showing up under your Boxes tab (where it should) then you may need to first add it to your Boxes tab.
- Go to the application Settings.
- Select Authorized from the dropdown list if you do not see Expressions Layouts in the list.
- Click on Edit Settings.
- Click the Profile tab in this popup window.
- Beside Box it should say Added (otherwise click Add)
- Click OK
- How come my full page Facebook layout is not showing on my profile?
In order for your full page layout to show you will need to have: a) The Expressions Layouts application b) Yontoo layers plugin added. Please note you also should be running either Firefox or Internet Explorer for Windows, or Firefox for a Mac. Then you can apply one of our Facebook layouts.
- How can I see my Expressions on my wall page?
Our banner like Expressions will only show up on the Boxes tab due to a height restriction Facebook has put on any content on the wall page. There is no way around this, we have tried. Our full page layouts on the other hand will show up on your wall page. View our full page Facebook Layouts here.
- How can my friends see my full page Facebook layout?
Your friends will need to get the Yontoo Layers plugin and add the Expressions Layouts application as well. We have done this so Facebook does not turn into Myspace, in that the end user has the choice if they want to see blinged out profiles or not. We do not feel it should be forced upon users to see custom profiles.
- How do I remove my full page Facebook layout?
In order to remove your full page Facebook Layout you will need to remove the Yontoo Layers plugin. Simply uninstalling the Expressions Layouts application on Facebook will not remove the full page layout. In fact if you just want to remove the full page layout we suggest that you keep the Expressions (banners) for your Boxes tab.
Depending on if you are using Internet Explorer or Firefox the removal process for Yontoo layers is slightly different.
Remove Yontoo Layers in Internet Explorer (Windows)
- Click on the Start button.
- Click on - Settings - Control Panel.
- Open the Add or Remove Programs.
- Scroll to the bottom to find Yontoo Layers.
- Click on it and select Remove.
- Click Yes when prompted.
Remove Yontoo Layers in Firefox (Windows or Mac)
- You will first need to open Firefox.
- In your main menu go to Tools - Add-ons.
- Click on the Extensions tab.
- Scroll to the bottom to find Yontoo Layers.
- Click on it and select Disable or Uninstall.
- Click Uninstall again when prompted.
We hoped this has helped you. If you have any more questions do not hesitate to contact us.