Would you like to create fake status updates, comments and profile images? Would you like to edit your friend timeline, a page, a friends list, or edit a message and then share a screenshot of the modified page and make everyone believe that is real? We know that seems not possible at all, but we’ll see in a minute how to do it 🙂

Facebook, after all, is nothing more than a website. It’s nothing more than a fully coded fill page. Like the other websites it must responds to the rules of browsers, devices and programs.


And for these reasons, editing pages on Facebook (frontend, or changes visible only to you) it’s not a brain teaser. Anyone can actually do it in just a few clicks. The only thing you need is a web browser that supports JavaScript, let’s use Chrome or Firefox on PC, for example.

With this trick you ‘re going to change the Facebook pages directly from the browser. On the web there are services that allow you to create fake profiles and status updates, for example Thewallmachine, it’s a very funny website that allows you to create fake status updates and comments with names and pictures of the custom profile in few minutes. Anyway we’re actually interested in create fake status directly from the web, so let’s do it.


Edit a web page

For Chrome or Firefox follow these instructions.

1. Open Facebook (just a page, or a profile, the initial screen, etc..).

2. Drag this code on the bookmarks bar on the browser. It ‘a code that will make all the elements on the page fully editable.

javascript:document.body.contentEditable=’true’; document.designMode=’on’; void 0

3. Click on the favorite you’ve just created and move the cursor over the text you want to edit. You can actually select any text and write a new one. It’s also possible to modify any web page, another example with the login screen.


How to save your changes

Once you have completed the changes, you need to save everything in an image. To do this, just print the screen by pressing the “Print” button on the keyboard, or Alt + Print/Stamp (or Stam R sist) to capture the screen of the active window.

The image will now be saved to the clipboard, then you can go on any image editor (such as “Paint” on Windows) and paste the image you just captured from the screen.

Edit and crop the image to make it look like a real Facebook web page, save the image and then share it with whoever you want! 😉 We’re sue you will enjoy it!