How to Navigate the Bottom Links on Facebook
In blue type at the very bottom of every Facebook page, you see a set of links collectively called the Footer. The Facebook Footer is the catch-all for important information about Facebook the social network, Facebook for business, Facebook the company, and the Facebook policies.
Here is a description of each link:
Language: The first link on the left of the footer shows the name of the language in which you’re seeing the rest of Facebook written — English, for example. Click the name of the language to see a drop-down menu with all the languages in which Facebook is available.
About: Takes you to the About Facebook page where you can read about key features of Facebook, see the latest headlines from the Facebook Blog, discover the newest Facebook features, and see links to recent articles written about Facebook.
Advertising: If you are running ads on Facebook, or want to, this is where you’d go to track what’s happening with them.
Create a Page: Pages, basically timelines for businesses, causes, and other non-people, are how you interact with these entities on Facebook. This link takes you to the Create a Page screen.
Developers: Most of the apps and games you can use on Facebook are written by outside developers who don’t work at Facebook. If you’re interested in creating a new Facebook application, this is your link.
Careers: Wanna work for Facebook? Click this link to find out what jobs are available and all about the working environment.
Facebook is about sharing. Our privacy controls give you the power to decide what and how much you share. Learn how to manage who can see your information on and off Facebook.
Terms: This link takes you to the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. These are the rules you agreed to when you signed up and that all users agreed to. Facebook can ban you from the site for breaking these rules.
Help: The Help Center gives you all sorts of tools for finding out how to use the site and how to stay safe on Facebook.