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[Plugin: WordPress SEO by Yoast] Saving Dashboard options disables OpenGraph meta

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  • Plugin Author Joost de Valk
    Member

    @joostdevalk

    Ugh, that’s a bug indeed, will fix for the next release!

    Daedalon
    Participant

    @daedalon

    Thanks for the quick response. Adding these ideas here as they’re on the same topic. These are all about og:image options.

    1. An ignore list for og:image. By default it would have AddThis’s button(s) added. No one wants anyone to share a link to their website with http://cache.addthis.com/cachefly/static/btn/v2/lg-share-en.gif as the image, yet that’s exactly what happens on a text-only blog of mine that has AddThis as the sharing link.

    2. Option for specifying the default image for og:image. By default this would be used if WP SEO doesn’t find a suitable post image. The default image, for example the site logo, would then be used instead.

    3. Option for having an empty image as the default og:image. On the text-only blog FB now inherits the AddThis button as the og:image. It’d be useful to be able to tell FB to not use any image for this page.

    4. Option for forcing this default image to be always used. This way, if I wanted, my text-only blog would always use the default image even if I’d have a picture in a post.

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