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[Resolved] Facebook Error 200

  • When I’m debugging any URL from my blog – eg. http://blog.valtech.dk/2014/01/15/digital-strategy-becomes-agile-digital-strategy/ – i get an error in the facebook debugger.

    It says error 200:
    Object at URL ‘http://blog.valtech.dk/2014/01/15/digital-strategy-becomes-agile-digital-strategy/’ of type ‘article’ is invalid because the given value ‘155530531134500’ for property ‘fb:admins’ could not be parsed as type ‘fbid’.

    The Facebook User Account ID I have used to setup the plugin with is:
    155530531134500

    When I post on Facebook it uses the fallback thumbnail by default which I’ve specified in the plugin setup. However, on LinkedIn there’s no image displayed at all.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-facebook-open-graph-protocol/

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  • Plugin Author Chuck Reynolds

    @ryno267

    because that ID is for a page. you need an admin id.. aka a person ID

    I’m having the same issue, and I’ve changed the page ID to a person ID and it still doesn’t work.

    Plugin Author Chuck Reynolds

    @ryno267

    @hcochran212 your 260412190803266 number is a page. on articles you have this set:

    <meta property=”fb:admins” content=”266238433553975, 260412190803266″/>
    <meta property=”fb:app_id” content=”523414907779013″/>

    remove those numbers from settings and just use yours: 1087500096

    Hi Chuck,

    I’ve updated the Facebook User Account ID: to just 1087500096, and gotten rid of the Facebook Application ID.

    How do I remove the following:
    <meta property=”fb:admins” content=”266238433553975, 260412190803266″/>
    <meta property=”fb:app_id” content=”523414907779013″/>

    and put in my own: 1087500096

    ? Thank you!

    Plugin Author Chuck Reynolds

    @ryno267

    idk. if you have that and only that number in settings… then that’s why I mentioned the possibility of cache. Because it was displaying something very different than what your home page was. which technically is impossible but… I assumed it was cached and still displaying old info you had in there.

    I switched to using permalinks. It fixed one of the photos. But there is still one that isn’t working… bizarre.

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