How to permanently delete Facebook account

Do you real Want To Delete Your Facebook Account?

Once you delete your Facebook account all your Facebook information will be gone forever.
All your data, all your photos, friend list, everything, gone! All the photos, comments, messages, items in your profile, friends you've made, everything, will all be deleted for good.

Are you really prepared to do this?

So You've Decided To Delete Your Facebook Account... 

If you are not sure, you can temporally deactivate your account by READING HERE

If you're really, really sure you want to delete your Facebook account and everything in it.

Here's how (use this with caution):

1. Login to the Facebook account you want to delete by going to

2. Go to the Delete Facebook Account page by clicking the link to delete Facebook page below:

3. Click "Delete My Account" and Follow the instructions.

4. It's rumored that you will be able to change your mind for 2 weeks by just logging back into Facebook.

5. If you don't log back in after 2 weeks your account and all it's information will be deleted. Everything will be gone.

How to unblock someone on Facebook

If you want to unblock someone you have blocked on Facebook do the following easy and simple steps.

Go to facebook blocking page by clicking the direct link below: 

Then look at Block Users, you will see the list of Friends you have blocked.
Click the x next to name and unblock the user you want to unblock on Facebook.

Remember, once you block user, they are automatically removed from your friends list.  So if you want that user to be your friend again, you will be needed to send the friend request to him/her

How to block apps on Facebook

Some applications are very disturbing on Facebook, and some are spams.
Most of people wish to block some applications, and also invitations to use applications from friends.

Facebook gave you various means of blocking:

It allows you to:

1. Block users

2. Block app invites

3. And block apps.

To block any of these, login to your account and click the following link:

From There you can go directly to "BLOCK APPS" as shown in the snapshot below and enter the name of the APP you want to block.

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How to delete photo on Facebook

Do you wish to delete the photo you uploaded on Facebook?
If the answer is yes, this article will help you since it take only one minute, don't forget to like and share.

To delete your photo on Facebook, follow the following steps with illustrations:

1. Login to your Facebook account on

2. Click on the Photo you wish to delete and the photo will be opened as shown below:

3. Hover on the bottom of the photo and you will see "OPTIONS" click and select Delete this photo as shown in the picture below:

You will be asked "Are you sure you want to delete this photo"? You will just click YES and your photo will be deleted.

How to delete Facebook Photo Album

This article shows you how to delete photo album on Facebook,

Follow these steps;

1. Login to your account

2. Navigate to Photos menu on left sidebar, or click photos on Favorites menu if you are in your profile.

3. You will see 3 menus, written "Photos of you", "Photos" and "Albums". Just click on albums, You will be taken to your albums where you will click the name of the album you want to delete as shown below

4. Click the album you wish to delete

5. Click The ENGINE icon on top right corner

Then in the DROP menu, Select Delete album, click that and you will be prompted to confirm your action, just click DELETE ALBUM and your album will be deleted.

How to deactivate Facebook account

This Article is about how to temporally deactivate your Facebook Account. Follow these 5 steps below:

Step 1:
Log into Facebook. In the upper right corner on your home page, click the "Engine" icon. Then click "Account Settings." On the left side of screen, click "Security." Scroll down the page and click "Deactivate account".

 Step 2:
You will be taken to the page that will ask, "Are you sure you want to deactivate your account?" You will see a group of your friends appear in very large photos, enticing you to remain. Confirm that you are sure by clicking the appropriate button.

Step 3:
Check the box to describe why you are deactivating

Step 4: Check the box for "Email opt out." Doing this lets you opt out of receiving future emails from Facebook. If you don't select this, your friends can still invite you to events, tag you in photos or ask you to join groups. Opting out prevents them from sending emails and notifications anymore.

Step 5: Press the "deactivate" button. Your account will now be "hidden" from other viewers on Facebook. However, you will re-activate your account any time you login again to Facebook.

How to delete or block Facebook friend

This article explains how you can block or delete a friend on Facebook.


Step 1: 
Navigate to your Facebook profile and click FRIENDS menu at top favourites navigation.

Step 2: 
A list of your friends will appear and you can hover over the FRIENDS button and select "UNFRIEND".

If you have a lot of friends, you can search for a specific one in the search box, open the profile of that friend and hover over the FRIENDS check-mark, then select Unfriend from the drop links.

In addition to deleting this person from your Friends list, you will also delete yourself from his or her Friends list.

Step 3: 
You will be no longer have that person as a friend and he/she will also no longer have you as a friend on Facebook.


Blocking someone on Facebook is quiet easy, just follow these steps:

To block someone:
  1. Click the account menu  at the top right of any Facebook page and choose Privacy Settings.
  2. Scroll to the Blocked People and Apps section and click Manage Blocking.
  3. Enter the name or email address of the person you want to block and click Block. People will not be notified when you block them.
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How to delete Facebook page

This guide will show you how you can delete your Facebook fan page:
You can delete the page if ONLY you are the Admin of that page.

Log in to your Facebook account and open the page that you would like to delete, you can open by searching its name or you can open by clicking the link below and select the page which you want to delete.


Once you select the page that you want to delete, click the menu EDIT PAGE in the top left side of your page administration area, then select Manage Permissions.

In the Manage Permissions Area, scroll down and you will see the link which tells you to Delete Your Page.

Click that link and your page will be permanently deleted from Facebook.

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How to delete Facebook group

This guide will show you how you can delete the group you created on Facebook,

Step 1: 
Navigate to the main page for the Group you intend to delete by clicking the group name on the left navigation panel.

Step 2:
Click on the Settings icon. It's the small gear at the top right of the group page.

Step 3:
Click on the About tab. To the left of the "Find a Member" entry field, click on the menu and select All Members.

Step 4:
Remove members. One at a time, click on the gear icon under the group member's name, and from the menu, select Remove from Group.

NB: Make sure you don't remove yourself till the very end.

Step 5:
When you're the last person, Remove Yourself.
Facebook will ask you to verify that you wish to leave, and that the group will closed if you do so.
If you're sure this is what you want, go ahead and leave the group.

The group will be deleted.

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Facebook Terms

An admin is a person who's in charge of a group.  When you create a group, you are automatically be listed as both an admin and the group's creator.  Admins can invite people to join the group, appoint other admins, and edit group information and content.  They can also remove members and other admins.
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Users can add applications to their profiles, pages, and groups.  There are dozens upon dozens of applications to choose from.  Some are built by Facebook.  Most are built by external developers.  Visit the Application Directory to learn more.  See General Application Support for Q&A.
Web log.  Used as a noun or verb.  An online diary or column maintained by an individual.  Blogs generally contain commentary,  but may also contain graphic images, videos, or descriptions of events. 
An advocacy group or online campaign for collective action.  Any Facebook user can start one.  A cause can be used to raise money or promote one's position on an issue.  Visit the Causes Help Center to learn more.
Charity Gifts
(by Causes)
This feature enables Facebook users to donate money to any of 21 select and specifically targeted charities.   Donation amounts are predetermined and range in value from $10 for two blankets for people suffering from a disaster or emergency to $200 for a laptop computer for a child in a developing country.  Visit Causes to learn more.
A feature that lets users talk with friends who are online in Facebook.  Visit the Help Center to learn more.
The person who started and administers a cause.
One of the most popular searches on Facebook is How do I Delete (... fill in the blank).
A calendar-based resource that users can add to their profiles, pages and groups that lets them share news about upcoming affairs or social gatherings.
Facebook Connect
A single sign-on service that enables Facebook users to login to affiliated sites using their Facebook account and share information from those sites with their Facebook friends.  See Facebook Connect to learn more.
Facebook Blog
The official Facebook blog where you will find hundreds of posts on a wide range of subjects.
Facebook Platform
The underlying systems software and application framework that developers use to build Facebook applications.  See FAQ.
A person who has joined a page because they like what that page represents.
Facebook Markup Language is a variation and subset of HTML with some elements removed. It allows Facebook application developers to customize the "look and feel" of their applications.  It lets developers build social applications on the Facebook platform.  Facebook Developers Wiki is an excellent resource for information about FBML.  There are several applications offered that have FBML editing capability.  See Static FBML.
Used to separate friends into different categories. Create your own filters using Friend Lists. You can also filter by applications, like Photos.  Tour the new Facebook homepage to see the where Filters are used on the profile.
A person who has joined a profile, usually by invitation.
Friend Finder
A Facebook utility that helps users find present and former friends, family, coworkers, schoolmates, and other acquaintances.  Visit Friend Finder to learn more.
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Virtual tokens of appreciation one member gives to another. On April 9, 2009, Facebook celebrated 200 million users by partnering with 16 global charity/advocacy groups. Those groups created virtual gifts for the Facebook gift shop that Facebook users can purchase for their friends.  All proceeds go to the group associated with the gift.  Users can select gift recipients, gift images and delivery options.  Visit the Gift Shop or Help Center to learn more.
A group is not a page or profile.  It is a Facebook site created by bands, companies and other organizations to promote their activities.  Visit the Help Center to learn more.
Featured photos, events, notes and more that you don't want to miss. Stories are chosen based on what your friends have interacted with.  Tour the new Facebook homepage to see the where Highlights are located on the profile.
The Facebook mail application.  See Messages and Inbox at the Help Center to learn more.
Facebook's answer to web page analysis.  For each Facebook page, Insights tracks the number of page views, unique views, total interactions, wall posts, discussion topics, fans, new fans, removed fans, reviews, photo views, audio plays, and video plays.
Koobface Worm
A rogue application that is plaguing Facebook and other social network sites.  It is spread by a link that looks like a video.  What it does is ...  Facebook is all over it.  Every time Koobface, or one of its variants rears its ugly head on the Internet, Facebook has implemented safeguards to protect its users from attack.  See cnet or Scientific American articles for details about how the worm spreads and what it does.
A Facebook tool to follow language trends across Facebook. Specifically, Lexicon looks at the usage of words and phrases on profile, group and event Walls.  Visit the Help Center to learn more.
A  feature that appears as a link next to something you see on Facebook that allows users to let others know they appreciate that something, whether it be a video, a comment or something else.  Visit the Help Center to learn more.
Limited Profile
A profile that allows only restricted access. 
Facebook Marketplace is a feature developed by Facebook that allows users to post free classified ads within the following categories: For Sale, Housing, Jobs, and Other.  Ads can be posted as either available and offered, or wanted.
A person who has joined and participates with a group.
Mini Feed
Similar to a news feed, but different.  A Mini Feed centers around one person. Each person's Mini Feed shows what has changed recently in their profile and what content (notes, photos, etc.) they've added.  Mini Feeds are sent automatically and posted to friends' profiles for all to see.
Facebook Mobile offers multiple Facebook features for your phone, such as Facebook Mobile Web (, Facebook Mobile Texts and Facebook Mobile Uploads.  Go here to see Facebook Help (Mobile Edition).
A circle of friends and acquaintances that centers on a city, school, company, or military organization.  See Help Center to learn more.
News Feed
News Feeds highlight what's happening in your social circles on Facebook.  News Feeds are posted to profiles for all to see.
Notes are like mini-blogs for your profile.  Visit Help Center to learn more.
Like Mini Feeds, notifications are news feeds from friends, sent automatically as they engage in activity on their profile.
Honorary appointment.  Group admins can add officers to a group.  Other than holding a title, officers have no additional privileges beyond regular members.  They do not have admin authority.
A page is not a profile.  It may look like one, but it's not.  The features and capabilities are different.  It is a Facebook site intended for and created by artists, musical groups, celebrities, businesses, brands and similar entities (not individuals).  You can add pages to your profile to show your friends what you care about.  Only the official representative of an artist or business can create and make changes to a page.  Visit the Help Center to learn more.
A Facebook application that lets users upload albums of photos, tag friends, and comment on photos.
A poke is a way to interact with your friends on Facebook.  It allows one user to virtually poke another.  Some consider it flirting.
A profile is not a page.  It may look like one, but it's not.  The features and capabilities are different.  It is a Facebook site intended for and created by people who want to share information about themselves and socialize with others.  A profile displays a user's personal information and their interactions with friends.  Each registered user may have only one profile.  See Help Center to learn more.
Use publisher to Publish your status, photos, notes and more into the stream. Posts show up both in your profile, and on your friends' home pages.  Tour the new Facebook homepage to see the location of Publisher on the profile.
Really Simple Syndication.  Wikipedia defines it as a family of Web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works—such as blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video—in a standardized format.
Static FBML
A Facebook application that lets users customize their pages using Facebook Markup Language (FBML).  See the Static FBML page for more information.  We used Static FBML on our Facebook page to create the HowDoIFacebook section.  See How Do I Add  FBML to learn more.
A micro-blogging feature called which allows users to inform their friends of their current whereabouts, actions, or thoughts.
The stream shows you posts from your friends in real-time.  This keeps you up to date on everything that's happening. You can control who appears here.  Tour the new Facebook homepage to see where Stream is located on the profile.
Tabs mark the different sections of a profile. 
  • The Info tab displays basic information like Birthday and Hometown, as well as interests and activities. The Info tab also lists all Groups the user is a member of, and all the Pages the user is a Fan of.
  • The Wall tab displays the user's interactions with friends (comments and messages) as well as status messages.
  • The Photos tab displays profile photos and albums.
  • The Boxes tab displays all of the applications and features not showcased elsewhere on the profile.
  • Other tabs.  Users can feature their Applications by creating a tab unique to that application.
Marking a photo or video with text that identifies the image or the person in the image.  See How Do I Tag a Picture or Video to learn more.
A Facebook application that allows translators from around world to translate Facebook into different languages.
News feeds sent to you from pages that you have joined.
A Facebook application that lets users share videos on Facebook. Users can add their videos with the service by uploading video, adding video through Facebook Mobile, and using a web cam recording feature. Additionally, users can "tag" their friends in videos they add much like the way users can tag their friends in photos.
A featured section inside a Facebook profile.   It's a space on every user's profile page that allows friends and users themselves to post messages for all to see.
Notices from Facebook that you have engaged in a prohibited activity or that you have reached a limit that suggests you were using a feature at a rate that is likely to be abusive.  See Warnings on the Facebook Help Center for more information.
What You See Is What You Get.  Pronounced wiz·zy·wig (wĭz'ē-wĭg).  The term relates to an HTML editor, word processor, or desktop publishing system that is designed to show you on screen exactly what will be displayed when a document is printed or viewed online.