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Cheat Sheet to convert social media sharing address

Here is how you can share social media sharing URL when we can't  use Non-alphanumeric characters.  So to include a colon (:), slash (/), ampersand (&), question mark (?), etc., we have to use (gulp) the HTML numeric code for that character. http://www.yoursite.com/yourbookpage/?detail&buy To use this inside of one of the social networking site’s URL’s, we’re going to need to change all of those non-letter characters to HTML codes. Here’s that cheat sheet I was talking about. Change the colon (:) to %3A Change all slashes (/) to %2F Change all question marks (?) to %3F Change all ampersands (&) to %26 Change all spaces ( ) to %20 When you make those substitutions, your URL will look like this: http%3A%2F% 2Fwww.yoursite.com%2Fyourbookpage%2F%3Fdetail&buy Ugly, but browsers will read them just fine. To create those social links just replace the bit that matches our dummy address above with your own. Facebook: For this link, we’re going to replace the web page URL

Create Profile Picture & Cover Photo Combo for your Facebook Timeline Page

Follow their instructions on how to crop and resize your profile picture and cover image using their template. But here are a few things to note: Make sure your profile image is clear when it’s shrunk to 32×32 pixels, since this is the size your profile image will appear at throughout your Facebook page (for example, next to any status updates you post). Your cover photo should be uploaded at a size of 851×315 pixels (which is the same size it will be displayed on your Facebook page). Your profile image should be uploaded at a size of 180×180 pixels (but it will be displayed as 160×160 pixels on your Facebook page).

How to Unlock Chess in FB Chat Box.

All you need to do is: type "@fbchess play" and hit Enter, during a conversation, and a small square box would appear in the chat box Here's how to play: The person who initiated the game would be assigned "White" side, to make the first movement. Although there is some standard algebraic notation like:- B for “Bishop” R for “Rook” Q for “Queen” K for “King” N for “Knight” P for “Pawn” Pawns could be moved by issuing the simple commands with numbers (along with the vertical axes). For, e.g. If your first play would take the second pawn from the left and move it up one block, you would write: ‘@fbchess Pb3,’ or simply ‘@fbchess b3.' You could refer to the help section by issuing the command "@fbchess help" for the possible commands to assist you throughout the game. It turns out that the commands are case sensitive. The board will update and notify you whether it is your turn to play. You can undo a move with