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Apr-10-17 03:10:41
Is is possible to always use a standard picture when sharing to Facebook?
Category: JFBConnect

I've solved the problem - it was a caching issue :-)

Thanks for your help!

Apr-10-17 01:28:23
Is is possible to always use a standard picture when sharing to Facebook?
Category: JFBConnect

Thanks for your reply!

Agree, it seems that option 3 is the best for me in this case. I am not a developer but  I have configured the  JFBConnect backend > Social Meta > Default with image:http://www.svene.no/svene/images/svenelogo.png (see attacthment). Any other properties i have to configure?

https://www.sourcecoast.com/images/agorapro/attachments/20241/mini_default.JPG

Then. i used the Facebook developer debug tool  but I'm getting the "Missing Required Property: The 'og:type' property is required, but not present". Do you know why?
https://developers.facebook.com/tools/d … ene-torden

Thanks in advance!

Apr-09-17 07:20:32
Is is possible to always use a standard picture when sharing to Facebook?
Category: JFBConnect

Is is possible to always use a standard picture when sharing to Facebook? Looks like Joomla picks a random image from my web page (see attachment). I would like to use a spesific picture each time.

https://www.sourcecoast.com/images/agorapro/attachments/20241/mini_Facebook-share.JPG


Thanks in advance!

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