og:image what is my og:image?
The blog I need help with is floodsofmercy.wordpress.com.
I have no clue about what you are referring to. Please expand and be descriptive.
One of the links in your response was how to clear facebook using “debugger”. The result said
“Provided og:image is not big enough. Please use an image that’s at least 200×200 px. Image ‘http://oasisoffaith.wordpress.com/wp-content/themes/pub/twentyten/images/headers/path.jpg?m=1354156339g’ will be used instead.”
This is an old blog that I wrote for another party and I definitely do not want to use it.
When asked to insert the link to use the debugger I used “http://floodsofmercy.wordpress.com/”
I understand what it’s asking for but do not know where to find it?
I don’t either because I don’t have a Facebook account. You’ll have to wait until another Volunteer or Staff can help you.
Thank you but I am going to follow up with the other instructions.
The og:image (og stands for Open Graph) is the image that Facebook displays in reference to a post. If you have a featured image set, it should be that one. If not, it’s usually the first image in a post or page, or if the first image isn’t suitable, Facebook will look for a better one.
This is a somewhat technical page but is the best I can find to explain it further:
Thank you. All suggestions are appreciated.
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