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The Facebook Footer description?

  • Monday, 28 March 2011
  • Tommy MIA
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  • Running along the bottom of every Facebook page is a horizontal list of links called the footer. It’s easy to overlook, but it has some useful resources.
    n The Language link (next to the copyright statement) opens a dialog that lets you change which language you view Facebook in. (I use this to brush up on my French sometimes.)
    n About takes you to the About Facebook page, which rounds up press information, hiring announcements, and other company-related info.
    n Advertising links to information and tools for advertisers. (See the Advertising and Promoting on Facebook chapter.)
    n Developers links to resources for creating Facebook applications.
    n Careers provides info about professional opportunities at Facebook.
    n Privacy gives you handy access to Facebook’s privacy guide.
    n Terms displays Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities.
    n Help links to the Facebook Help Center, which also gives you access to Getting Started tips and Safety information.





    A few of the many choices in the Language dialog. Click the triangle next to English to reveal some fun subordinate choices, including  irate English and Upside Down English.


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