Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » Warnings in Facebook-debugger

  • Resolved audunmb

    (@audunmb)


    Facebook-debugger gives me a lot of warnings for my OpenGraph-tags, like:

    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘og:type’.
    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘og:title’.
    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘og:url’.
    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘og:site_name’.
    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘fb:app_id’.
    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘og:image’.
    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘og:image:secure_url’.
    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘og:image:width’.
    Extraneous Property Objects of this type do not allow properties named ‘og:image:height’.

    It shows up fine on Facebook, but why am I getting those warnings?

    I searched here, and it seems like multiple OG-tags was the primary issue, but I can’t see any in the code. Also, it’s a bit weird “this type do not allow ‘og:type’.”

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  • Plugin Support Md Mazedul Islam Khan

    (@mazedulislamkhan)

    Thanks for your continued patience. We looked at your site’s front page source code and can confirm that Yoast SEO is generating the social open graph meta correctly as expected. In addition, we don’t see any duplicate sets of social open graph meta over there.

    In addition, we can confirm that what you are seeing are warnings but not errors. We are unable to confirm why Facebook object debugger is showing such warnings since Facebook crawl all these open graph meta correctly.

    Plugin Support amboutwe

    (@amboutwe)

    I’ve seen a few of these but it seems like an issue with Facebook’s debugger as the fields labeled extraneous are required fields. I’ve also seen the message on sites that aren’t using Yoast and even some that don’t use WordPress which further implies that it’s a Facebook issue. Please contact Facebook for further assistance here: https://www.facebook.com/help/.

    Plugin Support jerparx

    (@jerparx)

    Closed. No further questions.

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