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Facebook Sharing API does not get the PHP echo-ed meta data

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 ?

Check if searched number is within the post meta value

I wrote a function which search a list of properties by specify the number of guests. Each property have a specific number of guests, eg: 10, so if the user search as guests 5 the query should return that post, but my code wouldn’t:

$  guests_tax_array = array(     'taxonomy' => 'property-guests',     'field' => 'term_id',     'terms' => array($  guests), //Searched value from $  _POST['guests']     'compare' => 'IN' ); 

Essentially, the query should check if 5 (searched value) is contained in 10 using the compare operator.

But the result is empty, is something wrong there?

How can I use a Meta Data column in a SharePoint Designer Workflow for a Condition

I have written a workflow in SharePoint Designer 2013 to send an email once 60 days before a contract date expires. I would like to use my managed meta data column to set a condition to only send the email if Business Function = IT (In image I have used the term ID). I cannot get this to work. It has been suggested the problem arises due to meta data. Looking for some help to understand how to add stages to my workflow to allow the use of the managed meta data column. enter image description here

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Gutenberg Range Control default from meta value

I’m trying to add a range control underneath the feature image component in the admin dashboard, and I need to access the value from the post, so am saving it in post meta. It’s all working great, but I can’t figure out how to set a non-zero default value for the range control. Here’s my code, first the component:

class RangeControlCustom extends React.Component {     render() {         const { meta, updateBackgroundPosition } = this.props;          return (             el(                 window.wp.components.RangeControl,                 {                     label: 'Set image position',                     help: "Choose where the image is to be aligned within it's container. Lower numbers set the top of the image lower, higher numbers set the top of the image higher.",                     value: ( meta.banner_image_position !== '' && meta.banner_image_position !== null ) ? meta.banner_image_position : 50,                     min: 0,                     max: 100,                     onChange:                         ( value ) => {                             this.setState( { value: value } );                             updateBackgroundPosition( value, meta );                         }                 }             )         );     } } 

Now the composed control that gets included under the feature image control:

const composedRangeControl = wp.compose.compose( [     withState( ( value ) => value ),             withSelect( ( select ) => {                  const currentMeta = select( 'core/editor' ).getCurrentPostAttribute( 'meta' );         const editedMeta = select( 'core/editor' ).getEditedPostAttribute( 'meta' );         return {                             meta: { ...currentMeta, ...editedMeta },                     };           } ),             withDispatch( ( dispatch ) => ( {                    updateBackgroundPosition( value, meta ) {                            meta = {                                     ...meta,                                     banner_image_position: value,                            };                           dispatch( 'core/editor' ).editPost( { meta } );         },     } ) ), ] )( RangeControlCustom ); 

Now, if I change the value of the component to this:

value: meta.banner_image_position ? meta.banner_image_position : 50 

… the default is then correct, but if the slider is moved to zero, it jumps to 50. I get why it does that from a logic perspective, but that leaves me with the same problem… how do I set the default value to something other than zero?