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  • Resolved jklapel

    (@jklapel)


    I was viewing the source code on one of the blogs I maintain tonight and noticed that I had approximately 800 <meta> tags of type “og:image”, basically one for every image in my media library. After turning off and on a number of plugins, it turned out that it was this one that was outputting all of these lines of code. Needless to say, I didn’t want all of this code, so I disabled the plug-in until this can be fixed.

    I just installed version 1.0.5 of this plugin so I suspect that this came with this update. I’m not sure why this plug-in is even putting in meta og:images. I have another plug-in that does this exactly the way I want it, and I don’t see a way in the settings to turn this off. (Heck, I don’t see in the changelog where this feature was even added…)

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/snapskout/

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  • Plugin Author talktup

    (@talktup)

    Hi, thanks for reporting this and I am sorry for the inconvenience. This seems related to opengraph tags, which are needed by FB. In any case, we will look into this and follow up with a better answer.

    Once again, thanks!

    Plugin Author talktup

    (@talktup)

    @jklapel: We researched this and as mentioned before, og: tags are used by facebook to better identify and represent content you “like”. Nevertheless, as of v1.0.7, we made a small change that allows you to opt-out of the Open Graph tags. Visit the settings / account options section if you want to disable open graph tags.

    Best and thanks.

    Plugin Author talktup

    (@talktup)

    Closing.

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