The simple trick you need to use if your Facebook is down

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 23, 2017

The problem has now been rectified, and Facebook should be available to all users across the country.

It appears that using the Google Chrome browser will result in a "This site can not be reached error".

United Kingdom residents could also check the Down Detector website which monitors any issues on the site, or Down Right Now which is another excellent alternative.

Incognito mode allows you can browse the Internet in private without Chrome saving the sites you visit. The Facebook apps look to function normally.

In Windows, this is CTRL+F5, while Mac users should use Cmd+Shift+R.

A hard refresh will clear the web browser's cache for a specific page - forcing it to load the most recent version of a page.

Website DownDetector - which monitors for outages - is also reporting high levels of inactivity from Facebook.

Facebook has now confirmed that the issue has been resolved, and that the problem was caused by a Javascript code change.

"Facebook down - sort it out please!" one Twitter user commented.

However, I'm unable to scroll through posts, and each new page I navigate to within Facebook must be refreshed as well.

A spokesperson for Facebook said that "we're back to 100pc for everyone, and we're sorry for any inconvenience".

Enraged customers have flooded social media to complain about the problems.

Meanwhile, Clarissa Phillips tweeted a picture of Emma Stone, along with the caption: 'Everyone who can't access Facebook right now'.

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