Facebook is an online social networking platform created by Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Saverin, Chris Hughes, and Mark Zuckerberg. Launched and founded in 2004, the social networking site quickly became a popular way to meet and keep in touch with individuals. The platform is well known for features such as “liking” which allow individuals to interact with followed friends and pages. Currently, the company has stated that there are 2.5 billion monthly Facebook users. As a parent company, Facebook also owns the popular social networking platform Instagram.

When did Facebook start?

Facebook launched as TheFacebook on February 4, 2004 and was only available to Harvard students. It eventually spread to most universities in the United States and Canada. In September 2006, anyone of at least 13 years or older and with a valid email address could sign up to the social network.

How do you delete your Facebook account?

Delete your Facebook account by going to your Settings, and clicking on Your Facebook Information on the left column. Then click Deactivation and Deletion, choose Delete Account, and click on Continue to Account Deletion. You will then be prompted to enter your password, click Continue and then click Delete Account. Permanently deleting your Facebook account will erase your photos, videos, and posts.

How do you tag someone on Facebook?

Tag someone in a photo on Facebook by creating a post with the photo, hovering over the photo, and clicking the profile at the bottom left. Then click on a person in the photo and type their name. Select the full name of the person or page once it appears, add any more tags, and click save once finished. Select the audience for your post and click Share.

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Facebook Profile Page
Illustration of the dimensions of the Facebook Profile Page showing pixel sizes of profile and cover photo

The Facebook Profile Page is comprised of a Cover Photo and Profile Picture. The Cover Photo with a width of 851 px and height of 315 px. The Profile Picture has a square proportion at 160 px wide and 160 px tall.

The Facebook Profile Page is comprised of a Cover Photo and Profile Picture. The Cover Photo with a width of 851 px and height of 315 px. The Profile Picture has a square proportion at 160 px wide and 160 px tall.

Facebook Profile Page
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Width: 851 px
Height: 315 px

Profile Picture:
Width: 160 px
Height: 160 px

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Mark Zuckerberg
Set of illustrations of Mark Zuckerberg in various poses dimensioned with overall height

Mark Zuckerberg was born in White Plains, New York in 1984. He began working on computers and writing software as a teenager, and whilst at Harvard University he began to write code for the website he would later go on to develop, Facebook. The website was launched in 2004, initially to share photos and events of college life, but later expanded for public use. In 2010 Facebook was being used by over 500 million people worldwide. It’s success has provided Mark Zuckerberg with extreme wealth and power. He is often criticized for how Facebook uses its wide reach to influence people politically. Mark Zuckerberg’s life was depicted in the 2010 film, The Social Network.

Mark Zuckerberg has a height of 5’7” (1.70 m).

Series of drawings of Mark Zuckerberg in various walking poses
Mark Zuckerberg was born in White Plains, New York in 1984. He began working on computers and writing software as a teenager, and whilst at Harvard University he began to write code for the website he would later go on to develop, Facebook.

Mark Zuckerberg has a height of 5’7” (1.70 m).

Series of drawings of Mark Zuckerberg in various walking poses
Mark Zuckerberg
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May 14, 1984

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Mark Zuckerberg front, front (phone), front (walking), side (walking), side (walking, phone)

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