Inserts Facebook Open Graph, Google+/Schema.org, Twitter and SEO Meta Tags into your WordPress Website for more efficient sharing results.
No it isn't. You can (and, in our opinion, you should) use both plugins. If you want to use Yoast SEO for your SEO needs and our plugin for social media meta tags you just have to go to "SEO > Social" and disable settings for Facebook, Twitter and Google+. If you don't find that option, because they've now made it harder to reach, you have to go to "SEO > Dashboard > Features > Advanced settings pages > choose Enabled and Save changes". Then you can reach "SEO > Social". Then set up our plugin as you wish and you're ready to go. We like to work with everybody, so (if you want to) our plugin can even integrate with Yoast SEO and use it's title, description and canonical URL on the Facebook, Google+ and Twitter tags.
og:imagetag on the source code? Make sure you're not using more than one plugin to set OG tags?
Debug. Then click on
Scrape againto make sure Facebook gets the current version of your HTML code and not a cached version. If the image that shows up on the preview (bottom of the page) is the correct one, then the tags are well set and it "should" be the one that Facebook uses when sharing the post. If it still does not use the correct image when sharing, despite the debugger shows it correctly, there's nothing more we can do about that. That's just Facebook being Facebook.
Each time you edit a post, if the option "Try to update Facebook Open Graph Tags cache when saving the post" is activated, we'll try to notify Facebook of the changes so it clears up it's cache and read the new Open Graph tags of this specific URL.
If this is a new post and it's the first time you're saving it, the error is "normal" and you should ignore it (wer're looking at a workaround to not show you this error).
If this is not a new post and it's not the first time you're saving it, and if this happens always, then maybe your server does not support calling remote URLs with PHP and you should disable the "Try to update Facebook Open Graph Tags cache when saving the post" option. In that scenario we recommend you to use the Facebook URL Debugger to
Fetch new scrape information each time you update your post.
If there's a popular plugin you think we could get content from to use on the meta tags, use the support forum to tell us that.
If you are a plugin or theme author you can always use our filters
fb_og_locale to customize the Open Graph (and other) meta tags output.
It's similar, yes. They've forked our plugin and gave no credits whatsoever for our original work.
We DO NOT provide email support for this plugin. If you send us an email asking for support you'll be invited to: 1. Post the question on the support forum 2. Or we can give you a quote on premium email/phone support if you prefer to
Requires: 4.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.3
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 50,000+
0 of 13 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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