Already on ArticleSlash?

Forgot your password? Sign Up

MySpace Hide Codes Protect Yourself From Blog Predators


Visitors: 4,047

For those who are concerned with having privacy on MySpace, there are many codes and tweaks you can use to protect your identity from everyone who isn't on your friends list. While there are many bands and clubs on MySpace who want their profiles to become very popular, some people still prefer to have their pages private and hidden. Thankfully there are many ways to do this.

Of course you can always set your page preference on ‘private’. That way most of your profile and friends list is hidden from the public. But your contact table will still be seen by everyone. If you don't want a stranger sending you a friend request or a private message, there are ‘hide contact table codes’ that you can use as well.

If you don't want to make your page private, but you want to protect the identities of your friends, there are codes you can find that will hide your friends. This will be a good idea if any of your friends are younger, it will help protect them against adults who may have the best intentions.

You can use a code to hide your online status as well. If you don't want anyone to know that you're logged on, just copy and paste the ‘hide online status’ code into your about me section. There is also an option for your online status on the MySpace profile editor. Another code to complement it is a code that will hide your last login date. So not only can you keep your online status private, but you can hide the time of your last login as well!

There are also codes you can use to hide your ‘about me’ section and ‘profile details’. You can easily hide your personal information from strangers. You could also use codes to make your own ‘about me’ graphics if you don't like the format that MySpace uses. Some people like filling out ‘about me’ surveys and putting them up on their MySpace to go with their own unique layout.

There is another interesting MySpace code used to hide comments. Some people like to keep their comments private so that only they can see them. Hiding comments also helps a profile page to load faster. You don't have to worry about oversized comments taking up half of your page.

Now you know the many options available in protecting your MySpace identity. You can still hide parts of your MySpace page while keeping your profile unique. You can still have an enjoyable experience on MySpace with your friends without having to worry about strangers looking at your profile.

To have the MySpace ability to hide friends and to see the coolest selection of MySpace Hide Codes, Hot Layouts, Games, Comments, Graphics, Tweaks, Tutorials and other Myspace stuff click MySpace Codes


Article Source:

Rate this Article: 
MySpace - The Origins And Features Of The MySpace Social Network
Rated 4 / 5
based on 5 votes

Related Articles:

Customize Your Profile With MySpace Codes

by: Paula H. (July 13, 2008) 
(Internet and Businesses Online/Social Networking)

Protect Your Fish from Predators, Ideas from a Tampa Bay Store

by: Faith Ruiz (February 27, 2008) 

Start a Blog For Profit on MySpace Or WordPress - Template For Success

by: Adam Woodham (June 15, 2008) 
(Internet and Businesses Online/Blogging)

Download movie Predators 2010 | Watch online Predators Full Movie

by: Marta Sky (August 20, 2010) 
(Arts and Entertainment/Movies TV)

Online Predators - How They Operate And How To Stop Online Predators From ..

by: Bayo Akinola-Odusola (July 27, 2007) 
(Home and Family/Baby Boomer)

How to Protect Your Blog from Hack Attacks

by: Nickolay Bokhonok (December 05, 2007) 
(Internet and Businesses Online/Blogging)

Free Java Codes – Easily Avail Source Codes

by: Shiny Jones (August 06, 2011) 
(Reference and Education/Online Education)

Free Online C Codes – Easy to Access Codes

by: Shiny Jones (August 02, 2011) 

MySpace Groups and Friend Trains to Build MySpace Friends List

by: Julia Monie (July 22, 2008) 
(Internet and Businesses Online/Internet Marketing)

MySpace - The Origins And Features Of The MySpace Social Network

by: Dan Theron (May 20, 2008) 
(Internet and Businesses Online/Social Networking)