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When i share my site on fb it shows a 404 img


#1

hi,

so when i share my sit https://www.county25.com/ it has a 404 image or no image at all…
can some one help me?


#2

What’s the error message you get when you run the Facebook Debugger?


#4

Inferred Property
The ‘og:url’ property should be explicitly provided, even if a value can be inferred from other tags.

Inferred Property
The ‘og:image’ property should be explicitly provided, even if a value can be inferred from other tags.

Share App ID Missing
The ‘fb:app_id’ property should be explicitly provided, Specify the app ID so that stories shared to Facebook will be properly attributed to the app. Alternatively, app_id can be set in url when open the share dialog.
Inferred Property

The ‘og:image’ property should be explicitly provided, even if a value can be inferred from other tags.


#5

You can define an OG image (by URL) in the page settings area of the pages panel:


#6

Thanks next question how do I find the photo to use for the dog tag

Thanks


#7

Open the Asset Manager, click the cog icon on the image you want to use, then the “open in new tab” icon, then copy the URL from the new tab. Or just right click the “open in new tab” icon and copy the link address:

For a Collection Page, open the page settings, and just select an image from the Collection to use:


#8

BIG HUG!!! YOU SIR, ARE A LIFE SAVER !!!
THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUU!!!

thank you so much I really appreciate your help, I will go through and add these images…

I do have a few more questions

1 site map do I need to build one? (it’s a fair big site with a lot of pages and will be a to write :frowning: )

  1. Fetch as Google - not crawling | just redirecting to the 404 page I think is this normal?

google robots.txt is also redirecting o the 404

overall the site is not being index by google


#9

should I add in header, so that google will index it ?

META NAME=“ROBOTS” CONTENT=“INDEX, FOLLOW”


#10

Hahaha. Thanks, Dennis. It’s really no problem. :slight_smile:

Here’s some answers to your new swath of questions:

Sitemap: Webflow can generate one for you. Once you’ve gone through that process, you can then submit it to Google to start getting your site crawled. (Note that this can take some time.) Instructions on that in our help center: https://help.webflow.com/article/how-do-i-submit-my-webflow-generated-sitemap-to-google-webmaster-tools

For info on Fetch as Google, see https://help.webflow.com/article/fetch-as-google

You don’t need to worry about your robots.txt file unless you want to give Google any specific instructions about not crawling specific pages, or prioritizing certain pages over others. And there’s no need to add the meta robots tags you mentioned, as indexing is the default behavior.