vidr.io doesn’t have any Open Graph tags. I didn’t know what Open Graph was until yesterday. It’s a standard which defines some
<meta> tags describing a webpage. Those tags are intended to be used when embedding the page elsewhere, such as when the URL is shared in social media.
Open Graph meta tags all take the form:
<meta property="og:KEY" content="VALUE"/>. Open Graph has four “required” keys:
type is one of a set of strings like
profile, etc., and depending on the
type, there are more properties you can define.
The other required properties seem to have equivalents in pre-existing tags:
<meta property="og:title" content="FOO"/>is roughly the same as
<meta property="og:image" content="FOO"/>is roughly the same as
<link rel="icon" href="FOO"/>
<meta property="og:url" content="FOO"/>is roughly the same as
<link rel="canonical" href="FOO"/>
I wrote this because I want to improve Vidrio's sharing before widely publicizing it. This post is my own, and not associated with my employer.Jim. Public speaking. Friends. Vidrio.