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  • do you have a link?

    I half-see the problem. In my header, I had done the following (so long ago I forgot about it!):

    <!– <div id=”site_background”><img src=””></div> –>

    The thing is, it IS commenting out this code because if I take out the <!– and –> part, the picture appears on my homepage, and if I “comment it back out,” the picture goes away. Somehow, facebook must still be snatching the image, but I don’t see how if it’s commented out. Does anyone know? This is the only place this image appears in my code.

    Ok, I don’t understand what you are trying to explain here. If you say that the image is links here

    Then you got to check the That is where it is coming from.

    The issue is not with the src of the image (the link, so to speak). The problem is where I include that link in my code. The image src code has been commented out, so technically it should be “invisible” to websites. Indeed, the image IS invisible, since if I uncomment my code, the image appears on the website, and if I comment it back out, it disappears. However, since this is the ONLY place a link to the image exists on my entire website, it must be the case that facebook is grabbing its thumbnail for my site (which is this image) from here. I just don’t understand how it can do that if the code is commented out.

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