Content of the material
- Community QA
- Can iPad Users View The Desktop Version Of Facebook?
- 3. PictureMate
- 7. Spyzie
- Step 2: Go to Timeline and Tagging
- Part 4. How to see hidden photos of someone on Facebook with Facebook ID
- How to upload your Facebook Page Cover Photo
- How to View Your Facebook Profile as a Public User
- Whats New in New Facebook Page Cover Photos?
- Facebook Page cover photo on desktop
- Part 2. How to find private Facebook photos through chrome extension app
- Other Privacy Settings Options That You Should Keep in Mind
- 1. The Friends List
- 2. The Activity Log
- 3. Your General Settings
- 4. The Timelines and Tagging Menu
- Step 4: Click “View as Specific Person”
Can iPad Users View The Desktop Version Of Facebook?
Is there a way to force Facebook to display the desktop site on an iPad instead of the mobile site in Safari?
The answer is YES. both Safari and Chrome for iOS include the optional setting to request the desktop version of the Facebook.com site. So, using the same steps, Safari and Chrome users on the iPad or iPhone can use this link to switch to the desktop site.
I hope these tips help!
If you have a better way or if you’re running into issues, be sure to post a comment below and I’ll do my best to help out!
This more of a Google Chrome extension than a third-party tool! This FaceBook viewer tracker helps in viewing the photo of an individual who is tagged by someone else. You won’t be able to view the profile but you can easily view the photos in which that particular user is tagged. It is popular as a FaceBook photo viewer.
- Available for free
- Easy to install and use
- Comes in the form of a lightweight Google Chrome extension
- Does not give access to the profile but only the tagged photos
It is one of the best FaceBook profile viewer app available which can be conveniently used to track the activity on all major social media applications including FaceBook, Twitter, Instagram, and many others. It comes with the key-logging feature, which when enabled allows you to know the keystrokes on the target device.
- Easy to use
- Easy to install
- Gives a complete information about any FaceBook profile user
- Tracks the device real-time
- Can be run in stealth mode
- Tracks other social media applications as well
- It is available for only android devices
Price: $ 29.99 per month
Step 2: Go to Timeline and Tagging
From the options located on the left side of your screen, click “Timeline and Tagging.” There, you can also control the options for tagged posts. For example, you can control who can see your tagged posts and enable the feature that allows you to review tagged posts before posting on your Timeline, and, finally, the reason you’re reading this article, what your profile looks like to other people.
Part 4. How to see hidden photos of someone on Facebook with Facebook ID
In this part, you can learn how to get Facebook owner ID to view private Facebook photos.
Step 1. Go to the timeline of the person you want to check its hidden photos. It should be like https://www.facebook.com/username.
Step 2. Then visit the website and paste the URL to the box. Click submit button to get Facebook owner id.
Step 3. Copy the link www.facebook.com/search/facebook_id/photos-of/ and paste into any browser to add Facebook owner id you get on the /facebook_id/.
Now you can see private Facebook photos of the person you want to see in your browser.
How to upload your Facebook Page Cover Photo
When you upload your Cover Photo on desktop, you can adjust the top cropping so it’s positioned top-to-bottom exactly as you like it.
If you upload on mobile, it will crop to center automatically in desktop view. However, I don’t recommend this, as the compression is terrible!
Stick to uploading a PNG file via your desktop computer and it will look 10 times better.
How to View Your Facebook Profile as a Public User
Facebook allows you to share certain information publicly, with friends, with specific friends, or just with yourself. If you want to view your Facebook profile as the public sees it so you can see what others see (people who aren’t your friends), you can do so quite easily by using Facebook’s public viewing feature.
Just a few clicks puts your public-facing profile in front of you.
You can do this both on Facebook.com and the official Facebook app for iPhone/Android. Instructions are provided for both, however screenshots are provided only for Facebook.com.
Navigate to Facebook.com in a web browser or open the Facebook app on your device and select your profile icon in the post composer field or the top right corner of the page to go to your profile.
On Facebook.com, select the three dots under your cover photo.
In the app, select the three dots to the right of the blue Add Story button.
Select View As.
Your profile will be shown to you as if you were viewing it as a public user. This is how non-friends see your profile.
If you notice something appears publicly that you want to hide from the public, you can adjust the privacy settings for that information.
Whats New in New Facebook Page Cover Photos?
Here’s the bottom line. Not a lot has changed for the Page cover photo dimensions.
The mobile version stayed the same, per my iPhone display. It’s still a delightfully simple 16×9 proportion.
See it in all its simple beauty below:
And the Page cover photo is also clean and clear of overlays on tablet, with the exact same cropping shown on phones. So that’s good!
Facebook Page cover photo on desktop
The cropping on the desktop version has become a bit more severe in New Facebook. Whereas Facebook is still telling us:
Your Page’s cover photo: Displays at 820 pixels wide by 312 pixels tall on your Page on computers source
I find it’s been cropped down to only 303 pixels tall at that 820 width.
Here’s how the mobile to desktop crop plays out now, in New Facebook. The purple dotted line shows the 16×9 cover photo on mobile while the green dotted line shows how it crops on desktop:
More details on sizing when you get to my template further down this article.
The biggest visual changes on desktop are:
1 | The repositioning of the profile picture from left of the banner image, to below it. There’s only a tiny bit of overlap, so this won’t mess up you banner design.
2 | The gradient bar at the sides. If you’re struggling with how it looks, I’ll explain more about it at the end of the article.
Part 2. How to find private Facebook photos through chrome extension app
Actually there are a variety of extensions and apps can enable you to view private Facebook photos online.
Mostly you can find extensions such as PictureMate, I Can See You and Facebook profile picture revealer from Chrome web store.
And now you will get the easier way to view hidden photos of any Facebook user through use PictureMate.
Just get specific steps as below:
Step 1. Go to Chrome web store and search for PictureMate in the upper left search box.
Step 2. Find PictureMate and click ADD TO CHROME, besides it takes time to add.
Note: Make sure PictureMate is Enabled in Chrome Extensions prior to try it.
Step 3. Go to the user’s Facebook profile.
Step 4. Click PictureMate on the right of the address bar and then click VIEW PHOTOS WITH ADS.
Hit the SKIP AD button in upper-rignt corner of a newly opened window.
Step 5. It will find the Numeric ID and will perform the graph search for you. Then enter https://www.facebook.com/Numeric_ID/photos_of/ on any browser. You may see the hidden tagged photos.
At this point, you can find private Facebook photos of that user. So if you wish to view private Facebook photos successful you can try to add such applications.
Moreover you can not only view private Facebook photos free but also view private Facebook photos albums through use those apps.
You can arbitrary browse any Facebook photos the user posted.
If this method cannot show all private Facebook photos, you can try the following method:
Search person name and then photos like WidsMob’s photos or photos of WidsMob in Facebook search box and then click on See All.
It will uncover hidden photos of the Facebook friend.
Other Privacy Settings Options That You Should Keep in Mind
Other than the View As feature, there are other settings on Facebook that can help you keep track of what appears on your page, and who gets to see it.
1. The Friends List
Surprisingly, a good number of Facebook users do not realize that the Friends List itself can be used to filter which people can see your posts.
You can group friends into categories, then choose which of these groups can see a particular upload you have shared. To do so, follow these steps:
- Open your Profile Page.
- Click on ‘Friends’ just below your banner.
- On the list of friends that appear, click on the three dots next to the users’ name.
- Choose either Close Friend, Acquaintances, or Add Friend to Another List.
- If you choose to add to another list, you can classify them as Restricted, or create a new list to group them into.
- Clicking on your choice automatically saves your selection.
- The Next time you share something on Facebook before you hit the Post button, you can click on the dropdown arrow to the right of the News Feed option. This allows you to select which groups will be able to see your post.
- On the home page, tap on the Friends icon on the top menu.
- Tap on All Friends.
- Choose which friend you wish to add to a group, then tap their name to open their profile. Tap on the friend icon that is between ‘Message’ and the three dots. This will open a small menu.
- Tap on the Edit Friend list. Choose which list to add them to, then tap that.
- Repeat the process for all friends that you want to add to a particular list.
- Before you tap on a post when sharing things on Facebook Mobile, tap on the Public icon just below your name. Choose which group you want to see your posts.
2. The Activity Log
The Activity Log, as the name suggests, keeps a record of all actions taken when you’re browsing Facebook. From posts and searches to likes and tags, everything you do is recorded here.
You can actually use this feature to go back to the time that you created your Facebook Profile. With this tool, you can quickly check which posts are tagged as public, as it will be marked as such in the details. To open the Activity Log, do the following:
- Navigate to your Profile Page.
- On your banner or cover photo, click on Activity Log.
- A list of all your activities should be shown. From here, you can click on the Edit button on the rightmost part of a particular activity to Delete it, allow or hide a post from your timeline, or mark posts as spam.
- Go to your Profile.
- Tap on the three dots on the right side of Add to Story.
- Tap on Activity Log on the menu that appears.
- You can view the options for each activity by tapping on the three dots for each entry.
3. Your General Settings
Facebook provides a lot of options to adjust your security settings like location, passwords, and general profile information. These can be accessed through the General Setting menu.
A particular piece of information that you may want to disable is the Location Settings, as it will display the place where you make your posts from. To open the General Setting menu, follow these steps:
- Click on the dropdown arrow in the top right corner of the menu besides the help icon.
- On the menu, choose and click on Settings and Privacy.
- You can choose which information to change on the left menu. Just click on a particular option then change the data.
- On the home menu, tap on the rightmost icon, it is the one beside the bell.
- On the menu shown, scroll down then tap on Settings & Privacy.
- Tap on Settings.
- Choose the information that you want to edit, then adjust your settings as you see fit.
4. The Timelines and Tagging Menu
Set under the General Settings shown above, this is a particular option that you really should pay attention to. As much as you can set the privacy of all the posts that you make, other people posting things to your timeline can render all your precautions fruitless. To prevent people from sharing things on your timeline without your approval first, enable review options by:
- Open General Settings as above.
- Click on Timeline and Tagging.
- On the Review menu, make sure that ‘Review posts you are tagged in before the posts appear in your timeline?’ option is set to On. If not, click on Edit, then set it to on.
- Do the same to Review tags people add to your posts before the tags appear on Facebook? to prevent friends from tagging people you do not want to show the posts to.
2. On Mobile
- Open the Settings & Privacy menu as detailed above.
- Scroll down to Settings.
- Tap on Timeline and Tagging.
- Change the settings as you see fit.
Step 4: Click “View as Specific Person”
But wait—there’s more. Not only can you view your profile through the eyes of the public, but you can also view your profile through the eyes of specific Facebook friends. To do this, click “View as Specific Person” on the black tab hovering above your profile.
After clicking “View as Specific Person,” a search engine, in which you will type in the person whose eyes you want to borrow, will appear. Note that you can only search for Facebook friends. Attempting to search for people who aren’t your Facebook friends will reap futile results.
There you have it. That’s how you can view your profile picture in the perspective of a user not included in your friends list. No longer will you have to wonder, worrying about your Timeline’s appearance to others, worrying about whether or not that embarrassing post from when you were 15 is a mere few scrolls away from discovery.
Now that you know what your Facebook profile looks like to others, take the time to scroll through your Timeline and find the embarrassing posts visible to the public. Then, by clicking on the three-doted button on the upper-right corner of each post, change the privacy settings from public to private. This will allow you to hide posts that you no longer what the public to see.