Website logo and description is not correct

Website logo and description is not correct

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When I post my website link to facebook, I cannot show my logo. The website title and description is also not correct: http://screencast.com/t/anv6S2TJrCV
http://screencast.com/t/ETG3npgWC4

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Re: Website logo and description is not correct

Can you provide more information? I know this is similar to other questions you've had. Can you let me know:
* Are you sharing your home page, or some interior page?
* Have you set a {SCOpenGraph title=xyz} tag on the page you're trying to share?
* Have you set a {SCOpenGraph image=http://yoursite.com/logo.jpg} type tag (with your real logo) on the page?
* Are you trying to use an Open Graph plugin to automatically generate the tags for the page you're trying to share?

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Re: Website logo and description is not correct

Hello,

I shared the home page link
Could you please tell me where I can find the {SCOpenGraph title=xyz} tag?

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Re: Website logo and description is not correct

The {SCOpenGraph title=xyz} tag is something you can add to a page itself. That's a way to specifically set the title, image, description or any other Open Graph tags for a page instead of letting JFBConnect automatically generate it.

So, if you want the page's title to be "My Great Website", on the page, you'd add the following tag:
{SCOpenGraph title=My Great Website}
You can put that in the article text, in a custom HTML module that shows on the page, or anywhere else that will be displayed on the page. JFBConnect will see that tag and replace it with the correct Open Graph tag.

You can do the same for an image:
{SCOpenGraph image=http://mysite.com/image-for-page.jpg}

If you haven't done that, please do so. Otherwise, let us know if you're using an Open Graph plugin that you think should be setting the tags for the page.

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Re: Website logo and description is not correct

Hello,

My homepage doesn't have any article or module which can be added text. So I put it in menu title. Is it ok? http://screencast.com/t/GlGGdVOiu

I though JFBconnect manages the title, description and logo image, doesn't it?
I don't use any other extension which can manage the open graph info.


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Re: Website logo and description is not correct

Putting it in the title may work, but it may also cause some problems if that menu title is displayed on other pages.

JFBConnect does manage your Open Graph tags for you. By default, it will use the meta title and meta description tags as your Open Graph title and description tags. Alternatively, if you have an Open Graph plugin, it may be able to automatically generate a better title and description tag for specific components. The Open Graph plugins also can automatically insert the Open Graph image tags since they know more about each individual extension.

So, the tags should be generated automatically and they should be at least as good as your meta title and description. You can use Open Graph plugins or the {SCOpenGraph ...} tags to improve them.

For your home page, I'd recommend creating a "Custom HTML" module and adding the tags to that. If you set "Show Title" to "No", it should hide the module altogether. You may need to try it in a few different module positions until it is completely hidden though as some templates create borders or other things around modules.

I hope that helps explain,
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