If you want to hide a mix from your profile while you’re creating it, simply check the “Hide this mix from my public profile” box. When you’re ready to go public, just un-check the box.
If you would prefer to have your “deck” open all the time (rather than just when you mouse over it), you can “pin” it open by hitting the drawing pin icon at the top-left of the shaded area.
Now with a lowercase ‘s’, Myspace is back, and it has re-branded itself as a social entertainment network. New users must identify themselves with specific roles, such as Musician, Fan, Venue, DJ/Producer, and many more.
Do not use MySpace as your main website. Fewer people are doing this now, but it still happens. Use MySpace to support your website. Host your site at your own domain so you retain complete ownership and total control.
If you want to add music to your Myspace profile, go to your profile, click on the music link, find the background tune you like, click “add” right under your selected song. Now when people go to your profile, they will be greeted with the song you selected.
If you want to customize your MySpace layout, there are thousands of websites online that offer this for free. Once you find one that you like, copy the layout code into the “about me” section of your profile. You can also use the MySpace Layout Generator if you can’t find something online you like.