Opengraph and Microdata Generator
Adds Facebook OpenGraph Meta Tags to head for a better social sharing experience.
A lightweight plugin to add Facebook Opengraph in the section of your blog. The Facebook Opengraph lets yor visitors share your content with proper Title, Description and Thumbnail Image.
The Post Title as OpenGraph Title
The first image uploaded/found in the post as the Facebook thumbnail. Ability to define default thumbnail if no image is found on the post.
Custom Excerpt for the Facebook Share/Like description. Brings the first 25 words of the blog post if no custom excerpt is found.
The Post URL as the Facebook Share/Like URL. Doesn't matter if you have pretty permalinks on.
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|Tags||Facebook, microdata, open graph, opengraph, Optimization, optimizer, schema, schema microdata, seo|
Installing and customizing is easy, just follow these simple steps:
Upload 'opengraph-microdata-generator' folder and all it's contents to the '/wp-content/plugins/' directory.
Activate the plugin 'Opengraph and Microdata Generator' through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
Change settings at Settings > OpenGraph page. Fill in your Facebook Admin ID, Default thumbnail URL, Blog Language and desired word length for desctiption.
- Intro Version
- Fixed a minor conflict between OG Image and Microdata Image.
Added Options page at under Dashboard > Settings > OpenGraph/MicroData.
Added ability to add your own default thumbnail.
Two new Opengraph property added.
- Fixed a small bug with Facebook Debugger
Fixed issues with quotes and doublequotes which were breaking the meta tag.
Added setting to have your own word length in description.
No more itemprop as it's no longer necessary for sharing.
Added to author pages.
Author's gravatar as the share image.
- Fixed a bug where blog url were being added if the first image isn't hosted in same server.
- Added support for Thesis Post Images and WordPress Featured Images
- Fixed the Conflict with JetPack OG Tags
- Fixed a minor bug
How do I check if the plugin is working?
Check your page source and see the tags at section.