Looking for directions on how to change Facebook layout? While you are unable to change the layout of your profile picture and the sections that are located on the information tab, you are allowed to move other sections of your Facebook layout around. If you have added any games or boxes to your Facebook profile page, you can change the layout of those by following the below steps.
To change your Facebook layout, you will need:
- A computer
- Internet access
- A Facebook account
- Log Into Facebook. To change your Facebook layout, you will need to log into your Facebook account. If you are already logged into your Facebook account, proceed to the next step. If you aren't logged into your Facebook account, enter your email address and password on the Facebook homepage.
- View Your Profile. Once you have logged into Facebook, you will need to be viewing your profile in order to change your Facebook layout. You can view your profile by clicking on your name, which is located to the right of your picture on the left hand side of the Facebook website.
- Changing Your Facebook Layout. You will notice that any profile boxes that are on your Facebook page have blue title bars at the top of them. If Facebook allows you to move that profile box, your mouse will automatically turn into a different icon that points in two or four directions. To change your Facebook layout by moving profile sections around, simply click on the profile box and drag it to its new location.
If your cursor only points in two directions in step 3, you are only able to move that profile box up and down.
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