Ever copied a Facebook link from your address bar and pasted it to someone? If you have, there’s a possibility you also sent that person a snippet of your Facebook browsing history. In this article, FBHive explains how and why this happens, and what can be done to prevent it.
Facebook uses AJAX technology to allow users to navigate around the site without having to reload every page. This creates a more streamlined user experience, allows Facebook Chat to work more smoothly and, I suspect, reduces the server load for Facebook. There is however, one major flaw with the way Facebook implements this system.
There’s a stack of guides all over the net listing all the smileys you can send in Facebook and many forum posts discussing the formatting options. We’re yet to find one good one that lumps it all into one page, with the latest smiley codes, in a nice easy to read format, so we’ve decided to oblige. If you know of any fb chat smileys we are missing, let us know!
The first half of the article dumbs down how to send both bold and underlined text in Facebook Chat windows, and the second half lists every smiley and emoticon, including the hidden ones!