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Facebook and the open graph.
Not sure about implementation.

WebmasterWorld Senior Member 10+ Year Member

Msg#: 4330823 posted 11:29 pm on Jun 24, 2011 (gmt 0)

I can make content, mark up pages and even program. But when it comes to FaceBook I'm just enternally confused.

I want the pages of my website to participate in the Open Graph. I've implemented the needed FaceBook "meta property" tags. I'm sure I've done that right because I've been to the FaceBook "linter" page and things check out.

What (right now) I don't understand is this. Is having:
1)a website FaceBook page and
2)implementing the meta property tags on each website page
3)and putting a "like" button on each website page
all I need to do?

I saw this on a FaceBook page that discusses implementation:
>>Each listed user must click Like on the URL to be approved as an admin. This is to prevent users being made admins without their consent.<<

I need to do this too, for all pages, or just the website's home page? Even with the code, without a click, their not part of the open graph?

I saw mention somewhere where that if you use the "like" button format on your website that shows pictures of people who have liked your page, when logged in, you will see the word "admin" next to things, indicating that all is in order.

I'm not using that format. Is there another way to confirm that a page is eligible/considered-a-part-of the FaceBook open graph?


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