The Facebook Timeline display for business fan pages and user profiles is both loved and hated in the Facebook community. While some people like the convenient, scrapbook-like feel of the timeline, others prefer the standard wall format used by the social network since its launch. Facebook is not budging on timeline implementations. Individual user pages already display in timeline format, while business pages are set to automatically convert to timeline format on March 30.
If you are one of the masses who does not like the timeline view, you can disable it in your own browser with Timeline Remove (http://www.timelineremove.com/).
Timeline Remove is a browser extension for Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer. Scroll to the middle of the Timeline Remove homepage and click the icon for your browser.
Immediately, the extension will begin to download. Once it is downloaded, open and run the extension’s installer.
Close and restart your browser. Once your browser reopens, go to Facebook. Navigate to your or one of your friends’ profile pages. You will see the content displayed in the old wall format, with pictures across the top and posts on the rest of the page.
To switch back to the timeline view, click the Timeline Remove icon next to your address bar, then click the Status: TimeLine Remove link.
Refresh your Facebook page and the timeline returns.
Timeline Remove works exactly as its designed, and without affecting other add-ons or even the Facebook ads. We are impressed with just how accurately it displays the old Facebook wall view. Timeline Remove does not change any of your Facebook settings, so others will still see your profile as the timeline unless they have installed Timeline Remove.