When I Try to Sign In to Facebook, White Page Appears. How Can I Fix This Issue?

When you use Facebook, the browser stores some data in the cache folder in the form of cookies. When you access the webpage again, it first checks the cache memory and then cross checks with the server to validate and change the data accordingly. This process makes browsing swifter.

Sometimes these cache memory files get corrupted and as the user logs in, only a blank white page is displayed on the main page.

If this is also your issue and you are unable to access your Facebook account, you must follow the instructions to delete cookies from your web browser. (Firefox is used in this demonstration):

    ■Open your Firefox browser from the Start menu.
    ■On the browser’s default screen, click the orange Firefox button located on the top left corner of the window.
    ■From the drop-down list that appears, go to Options > Options.

    ■On the Options box that opens up, go to the Privacy the tab.

    ■From the displayed interface, under the History section, click the clear your recent history link.

    ■On the Clear all history box that appears, set Time range to clear to Everything.
    ■Check the Cookies checkbox in the details section while leaving everything else unchecked.
    ■Finally click the Clear Now button.

    ■Close the Options box and restart your browser.

After clearing the cookies from your browser you will be able to access your Facebook account without any issues.

If still you are viewing the white page while signing in, you can try signing in to your account from another device, and when it appears normal, logout from that device and access Facebook on your personal device.

Your Facebook profile will most probably work and act normal now.
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