I have provided og:meta tags for my page which is filled in by PHP based on the GET id in the request.
The issue is, that when I check out what does the Facebook crawler see when it goes through my page, it gets empty data. All the meta tags are empty, there is no title the page is just loaded with the HTML template but no actual content in it. It sure as hell works when accessed by a normal web browser, most browsers actually.
So what could be the cause for this issue, afaik PHP is not something bots can block like they can block JS, right ?
Today i have uploaded a photo of mine with my friend and tag some random Facebook users of my friend list and after some time when i again open that post Facebook is suggesting me to tag my friend who is in that picture even Facebook shows my friend’s name(My friend’s Facebook name) Is Facebook scanning photos which we are uploading
As anyone can see network data using browser developer tool, can someone get access to my cookies or API keys by just turning on the developer tool in Chrome or Firefox?
For example, imagine a webapp that sends api key in header with each request. Could someone see this key by just turning on “inspect” in Chrome?
Likewise, if i have an active Facebook session and I gave my system to someone for browsing, could they check for cookies or api keys by just using “inspect” in Chrome?
Is there any way to avoid this?
Here is an interesting infographic that offers a bunch of facts about the social media giant, Facebook. Check out how many new profiles are created every second, the amount of monthly active users on Facebook and lots more.
Via – https://www.viziononline.co.uk/facebook-infographic/
So i posted a santa claus sleigh driving licence for parents to put under the xmas tree and a personal letter from santa asking if they find his driving licence then can keep it as the elfs have issues a new one for next year
but this was blocked in the marketplace as
Seems Facebook must think Santa Claus is a real person
I’m very curious about the reasoning behind. It’s surely not a mistake.
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I have a facebook page with about 68.000 Likes, and for about a month now i have made posts on it (make this 7 posts a day) with a link to one of my websites in each posts and i keep doing this every day. I wonder how valuable this is for my website in term of advertising and link building if i keep doing this? the average post gets shared about 20-50 times depending on the content on question.
I own a facbook page niched in anime with about 68.000 Likes on it and i post 12 image posts a day on the page. in those posts i put links to various pages, and the images gets shared by the facebook community.
The posts are 1$ each and i can Schedule them ahead of time if you want any specific date that the images be posted on.
You pay ahead of time with Paypal and i can show you a picture of the Scheduler if you want so you can know your images with your links wants to be posted….
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