With the latest Facebook privacy setting update, it has become tough to keep your profile picture away from the prying eyes of strangers. No matter how hard you try, you can barely find the solution to stop your profile pic to be non-clickable to prevent becoming full-blown to somebody. However, the following steps could just wipe this problem off-
In case you had uploaded a snap that was cropped using Facebook’s tool, erase it. Re-upload a fresh picture that need not be cropped at all. Even if you crop it, use some external tool over the web to tone it down in size. 180 by 180 picture resolution usually is the apt size and you can choose from image editors such as Adobe Photoshop. Once uploaded, you will see that no matter how much you click the new profile snap, it remains stagnant—without blowing up full size.
Post-rollout of new settings, all past pictures you used as profile snaps or covers are available for public view. Altering this is a task but you need to click every such snap on Facebook and access the privacy tab from Edit menu. Once you reach the “Who should see this?” option, select More Options before hitting on Only Me.