How To Change Facebook Status or Comment Text Color
Most of us use Facebook to reconnect with long-distance friends, but that doesn't mean we can't have fun on Facebook as well. Here is a compilation of Facebook tactics, tips, and Easter eggs to help you enjoy your experience and amaze your readers, followers, and friends. Let's get right to the point of the day.
On Facebook, write text upside down, in bubbles, or inverted mirror-like writing.
You may have noticed many individuals post their Facebook statuses with upside-down phrases like “this was the last time they purchased a keyboard on eBay” or “they have finally learned how to update Facebook statuses while performing a headstand.” Here's how you can flip text like that and add a lot more interesting effect to it. Simply go to Upside Down Text, disable the Backwards effect, input your text, then copy the inverted version from the inverted text column to paste in your status update or conversations. By unchecking the upside-down effect, you may also create inverted mirror text. Click on the Bubble Ball text in the top Navigation bar to write in bubbles.
Do you wish to perplex your followers and friends? Why not create a blank Facebook status update? You'll leave them all scratching their heads, wondering what went wrong.
The secret is to utilize an Alter code. For those who are unfamiliar, Alt codes allow you to enter unusual characters and symbols that do not show on a conventional keyboard. Alt code 0173 is required to generate a blank status update. This will result in a soft hyphen that is not apparent.
Simply begin writing a post in the normal manner. When you're ready to input your message, press the Alt key on your keyboard and write 0173. Before typing any more characters, make sure you click the Post button.
Turn Facebook upside down.
This is a hilarious Facebook hack.
If the above upside-down writing technique does not work, try this simpler approach. This is comparable to the classic keyboard technique of running over to someone else's computer and pressing Ctrl + Alt + Down to flip the computer screen upside down.
You can do something similar on Facebook by going to someone's profile and choosing the upside-down language. Obviously, this only works if someone has accidentally enabled Facebook to auto-login on a certain browser. Simply go to the same language options menu mentioned in the preceding section to locate it.
Simply choose the Upside-Down language, and try not to giggle when the individual returns and all of the writing on Facebook is upside down.
Download Your Friends' Photo Albums
If you have a large number of Facebook friends, you may not have the time to keep up with all of their new family pictures. But what if you're interested in them and want to save them in your own private picture collection to look at later?
These days, this is not a simple job. Most of the Chrome plugins designed for this purpose years ago are no longer functional. Down Album, on the other hand, is a good option.
When a friend's Facebook album is open on the page, just click the extension symbol and then the Normal button. It will display a little pop-up indicating that all of the pictures are downloading. When it's done, a new tab will open with all of the downloaded pictures displayed. You may either click on each one to view a larger picture and download them separately, or you can save all of the photographs by following the directions on the page.
How to write a colored Facebook post or status update.
Let's make the postings more colorful. This technique has been around for a long, but I'll show you the best and easiest version.
This article is for you if you are unfamiliar with color codes. Color codes are used to write colored words/texts. Each color has an own code. Color codes may be used to wow your readers or friends on Facebook. The Facebook lite program will enable you to write text in various colors. Here are the stages, along with an example.
In the Facebook Lite program, sign in with your Facebook account.
Now, click status update to enter the content.
Write the content that you wish to publish, for example, “How to Change the Color.”
Now, before the text, add the Hexadecimal color code for Red =ffff0000>, as in =ffff0000>How to alter the color.”
Now, publish the status, and you'll see that the text is red.
<+fg=b0ff00ff> pale pink
redish pink +fg=b0ff0000>
+fg=b0ffc0cb> pale purple
<+fg=b06f00ff> a deep blue
+fg=b000ffff> pale blue
b08f00ff+fg=b08f00ff> dark purple
+fg=b0808000> green mehandi
+fg=b0ba55d3> pale purple
<+fg=b0b08080> grayish steel
<+fg=b0964b00> a pale brown
Please disregard the Plus symbol (+) in the above codes.
”fg” stands for font color and ”bg” stands for background color (fg may be replaced by ”bg” to alter the background color).
+b> This is used to make typefaces bolder.
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Method 2: Changing the Color Scheme of Facebook in Google Chrome
Open Google Chrome. If you use Google Chrome as your web browser, this technique will work. …
Go to the Chrome Web Store….
Find Facebook color scheme extensions.
Install a browser extension….
Sign in to Facebook.
Activate the extension…
Alter the color scheme
Method3: Modifying Facebook
Facebook Post Text Formatting may also be accomplished via the use of two websites that produce Facebook Unicode, which will be supported on Facebook and that Formatted text will function. These are the two websites:
The procedure is described in detail below, and you can also watch a live video tutorial here:
Step 1: Go to Eder.US by clicking here.
Step 2: Enter the text and choose the Text Font and Bold/Italic option from the Drop-Down Menu as seen in the GIF picture below, then click the Submit Button.
Step3: Formatted Text will now be produced. Simply copy and paste this text into a Facebook Status Post, Comment Box, or Chat Box. Done!!!
Gschoppe.com is the second website.
Step 1: Go to Gschoppe.com by clicking here.
Step 2: Enter the text into the Textbox, then choose Text and apply the Bold, Italic, or Bold & Italic options. You may also add certain Special Characters from the Drop-Down Menu, as seen in the GIF image below:
Finally, copy the finished text and paste it into a Facebook post, comment, or chat box. That's it.