How to View Private Facebook Profiles

Facebook website started in February 2004, operated and privately owned by Facebook. Now Facebook has 950 million or more than 950 million users. This rate is rapidly increased. Now a day Facebook is an illustrious social network. People of all ages like to use Facebook equally. Through Facebook any one can create his/ her own profile, Photo gallery, lists of personal interest, videos, events etc. Anyone can also share his/ her comments, profile, photos with his/ her friends, and family members by the help of Facebook. If anyone wishes he/ she can hide his profile, photos, videos, comments, friend lists from other friends or specify peoples. But if anyone wishes to see his/ her friends profile which is private or locked by Facebook security system. My article is written on that topic -How to view Private Facebook Profiles-. From this article you can learn how to write hack a Facebook private profile to view it / its pictures, videos, comments etc. Whenever you click on anyone’s picture or name, whether it’s anyone on your friends’ list of friends or search results from the Facebook database of users, you’ll find that you have three options to the right side of the person’s bio photo. You can either send him/her a request to add you as a friend, send him/ her a message, poke him/ her or view his/ her friends. Apparently the first opportunity won’t help you much right now. However, you can use the second option, -send a message,- to work your way into the person's private Facebook account. How does it work Or, is it work really & so many questions like this. Well, Facebook’s help section states that anyone who add you as a friend or send a message to will have short-term access to view a small portion of your profile. He/ she will see Basic Info, Personal Info, Work Info, Education Info and Friends. Send him/ her a message like, -Hey! Good Morning/ Night. How are you We went to school together, do you remember me I think we sat together in classroom. We were very close friend each other and so on-. In replay or feedback response he/ she may answer back with some things like -Who are you I don’t remember you at all. Please tell me about yourself or more things which happened among us. – He/ she may also answer back that -I don’t know you. Whom you looking for Please tell- or more comments like this. Now you have temporary access to view their profile. go to website Imagine that you need to view anyone's Facebook pictures and you know that his/ her photos are public, but since you are not Facebook friends with this user, you cannot see the tab to allow you to see the picture. So it appears private to you. If you want to view this Facebook picture all you have to do is get to the tab, and you could see it. But the problem is that there is no tab to click. This is where a little java script comes in handy to view private Facebook pictures. Simply bookmark this link. To bookmark this link you have to right-click then choose -add a bookmark’ and click the bookmark when viewing anyone’s profile on Facebook who may or may not be your friend or not present at your Facebook friend list. Now you can view their private Facebook pictures. Here I attach the CSS code for your viewing javascript:(function()CSS. removeClass(document. body, -profile_two_columns');tab_controller.changePage(-photos-);})() Related Articles – facebook, hack facebook, fb profile view, facebook private profile view, Email this Article to a Friend! hack facebook profile Receive Articles like this one direct to your email box! Subscribe for free today!

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