When you join Facebook, you get a Profile. It’s a place where you can connect with friends, see their posts in your news feed, post your thoughts, pictures, etc.
Everyone who joins Facebook gets a Profile, and according to Facebook Terms of Service you are allowed one, and only one, Facebook Profile.
Facebook photos are saved in galleries that make each image. The actual URL of each individual image contains a number that uniquely identifies the profile of the user who posted the image. Your Web browser has a built-in function that allows you to view the URL of the image.
Peradventure you find a Facebook image through an image search such as Google Images, using this unique number in the image URL can help you find the profile linked with the picture.
How to get the URL of an Image
To get the URL of a photo, do the following;
1. You’ll need to right click on the image to expand it
2. Select copy image address (URL)
3. Now, you’ll need to paste it somewhere and then copy the middle number. It should look like: fbid=65602964473589&set=a.101484896592068.2345.10000116735844&type
The number is the profile ID from a Facebook user’s profile. In this example, the number is 15 digits long, but yours might be longer or shorter. However, it shouldn’t have a decimal.
4. Next, you’ll need to copy and paste the following into your web browser’s address bar: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=
5. At the end of the link, without space, copy and paste the profile ID number you found:
6. Finally, enter the above link in your browser and click enter. I guess you should see the profile of the Facebook user from the picture.
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