Facebook Timeline Image Sizes: Cheat Sheet

Yesterday we dove into the specifics of what you can and can’t include on your Timeline cover photo.  Today, I thought I’d share a special tool with you to help when designing your new Timeline.  This infographic is a handy reference tool for you to keep track of all of the image sizes for your page. When you’re designing your profile pic, cover photo, custom tab pages or anything else on your Timeline, refer to this graphic so that you can be sure you’re using the appropriate image sizes so that your page can look professional and you can attract more fans!

Feel free to share this graphic using the sharing tools below, and feel free to “pin it” to Pinterest using the pinning tool at the end of this post so that you can easily refer to it later!

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About Julie-BAM Owner

Hi! Here are a few fun facts about me: I've lived in the Seattle area long enough where the rain doesn't bother me. I graduated from the University of Washington. I worked in the pet products industry for a lifetime and in 2013 took over ownership of Business Among Moms, a community for mom owned businesses to network and get educated on entrepreneurship.

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  1. Cat Ward says:

    Thanks for this – I have referenced this cheat sheet many times tonight getting my clients pages ready for the switch tomorrow. Much appreciated.

  2. Great graphic! I’ve been making free cover photos for local businesses myself: https://www.facebook.com/#!/media/set/?set=a.10150651023527728.421664.33946312727&type=1

  3. Thank you for such a great post. I’ll be trying it out and sharing. :) http://www.facebook.com/kthyskreations

  4. Thank you! I have posted it on my Pinterest (manually).

  5. This is wonderful information! Appreciated! Thank you!

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  7. This visual guide to Facebook Timeline dimensions is far and away the easiest-to-understand cheat sheet that I’ve come across. My question is, with all the tweaks Facebook makes to their design, is this still accurate or is it due for an update? (It still looks solid – just double checking because of post date.)

    On another note – never been here but your visual branding is awesome. Little nitpick though…that sweet background isn’t lining up in Chrome. http://i.imgur.com/6AmKeAO.png

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