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How to Make a Heart on Facebook

Making a heart on Facebook is a fun way to express your undying love and affection - whether it's for your significant other, best friend, or just a picture of a really cute puppy. There are several easy ways to make this universal symbol of care and romance, all of which take approximately two seconds! See Step 1 below to get started.

Steps Edit

Method One of Three: Simple Pink Heart Edit

Write <3. Then press enter. Once published, your <3 will be replaced with a pink colored ¦.

Use heart-shaped emoji. Not everyone will believe it, but the icons you see in Step 2 below are actually hidden heart-shaped emoji.

If you're a Chrome user, you will see plain black squares, and if you're a Firefox, IE or Safari user, you will see plain black hearts.

All you need to do is copy the square/heart you want and paste it into a Facebook post or comment.

Once you post your comment, it will magically turn into one of the hearts described below.

Copy and paste a pre-typed heart. You can use one of the following:

Beating Heart--??

Broken Heart-- ??

Sparkling Heart--??

Growing Heart--??

Heart with Arrow/ Fall in Love--??

Blue Heart--??

Green Heart--??

Yellow Heart--??

Red Heart--??

Purple Heart --??

Heart with Ribbon--??

Method Three of Three: Old-School Techniques Edit

Use the Character Map on a PC. This will give you access to a wide array of symbols, hearts, skulls, and much more. Simply open Character Map, and click on the desired symbol.

You can open character map on Windows XP, Windows 7 or Windows 8 by going to the start menu and looking under All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Character Map.

Use Character Viewer on a Mac. Click on the Character Viewer icon on the menubar, and pick a character set from the left-hand sidebar.

For example, pictographs contain the heart symbol in both black and white. Click on either, and a list of variations will appear on the right.

Right-click on the desired heart variation and copy to the clipboard.

Paste into Facebook, and delete the extra font information, leaving only the heart.

Use the Alt-codes on a PC. This technique will work on most computers running Windows. Simply hold the Alt key + 3, and when you post your status or chat, the heart symbol appears.

Try Shift + Ins. For some computers, another combination will work. Press down Shift and Ins at the same time, which will make the ¦ symbol.