Facebook has more than one billion users around the world, so it’s not too surprising that it could all stop working one day… a long time from now. Chances are though you’ll still experience issues from time to time.
Of course, many of these problems are not associated with the Facebook page or its server. And, many times, there’s no reason to worry since most issues already have a solution in place.
How To Address The Login Problems.
Do you have problems logging in from time to time? If so, here’s how you can handle that instance:
- Be sure that your username and password are right. Since the password is case sensitive, it should be typed in carefully.
- Do a password reset – provided you know you’ve typed in the right username and password but are unable to log in. You’ll get instructions on-screen as well to the email you have provided Facebook with.
- If you’re not able to log in via the mobile number, ensure you’ve added in the country code but not the additional zeros or other special characters.
- If you’re unable to locate your account using the “Find Your Account” page, there are two things you can do:
- Type in your username or personalized Facebook URL
- Type the email address you used to link to your Facebook account. Ask friends to check the profile out, look at the About section and ensure the email address listed is seen in your page’s Contact Information
If you’re still unable to log into the account, Facebook will still be to attain the information.
Special Note: There are cases where a login problem is the result of someone hacking your account or trying to hack it. Make sure you reset your password immediately.
How To Address Uploading Image Problems
If you notice an issue related to posting or uploading images to Facebook, it could be one of two things:
- If you’re unable to upload edited photos with Photoshop or iPhoto, try the original file instead. It’s not uncommon for edited photos to cause a failure in uploading.
- Make sure the image is in proper size and format – JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP and PNG. Images should be a size of 15MB or less. The only exception is PNG where the file size needs to be 1MB or less.
- Ensure you’ve got the latest browser on your device or computer.
Adobe Flash Requires Update
- Be sure you have the latest Adobe Flash Player installed. If you don’t, uninstall and reinstall with the latest version. Eliminate the out-of-date version and use a totally new one. Close out your web browser before you install. Proceed with the on-screen instructions until the process is complete.
- Try to upload the images once again. Once you do that, look at Facebook Broadcasts and Full-Screen mode for additional excitement with the popular social networking site.
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