Xanga is a social networking site where users can set up their own profile and blogs. Like other social networking sites, users can upload photos and videos. They can also meet others through this online community.
You can learn more about Xanga’s privacy features. If you think your child is not using Xanga properly, or is being harassed online through the site, look at the site’s abuse policy.
The minimum age to join Xanga is 13 years old. Sometimes children will register for these sites, even if they are underage. Parents or guardians can shut down an underage child’s Xanga profile. To do this requires knowing your child’s username and password. If you wish to delete your underage child’s profile and don’t have his or her username and password, use the Parental Request to Delete Child Information Form.
As with any other social networking site, there are risks that parents and guardians should be aware of. Search our knowledge base to learn more.
Learn how to set your child's profile to private, access his or her account, and how to delete your child's account.