extension ExtPose

Open Graph Preview

Description from extension meta This extension shows how people will see your site in the most popular social networks
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Description from store This extension is for professionals who creates a media content. To check meta-information of your site or article just open it in a Chrome and click extension's icon. Also you could add an URL manually. This extension shows you how many times your page was shared in social networks. If the extension helps you in your daily work please let me know it by press a "five stars" mark. It is very important for me. Please send your ideas and bug-reports to an emain [email protected] For errors add an URL where you found it. Visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ogpreview/
Latest reviews (2019-09-17) Muhammed Aslam: awesome and useful extension (2019-08-29) Anna Rasshivkina: I was hoping to use this to help me debug Open Graph data, but unfortunately it seems to scrape the data differently than FB does—this gives me a different preview of the page than FB's Sharing Debugger does. Otherwise, would be very handy and easy to use, and it works for pages on a local server, which is awesome. (2019-07-16) Todd Dominey: Doesn't display the source og:image no matter which site/page I try. If this could display images in addition to text it would be great, but right now it's a bit broken. (2019-05-01) Jason Thompson: so awesome! (2019-03-01) Teng Wei Chin: Works great! Got my job done. (2019-01-17) えあい: Hi, i like this extension. Could you attach a button so that the contents of the tag can be easily copied on the OGP details screen? (2018-12-20) sam rolfe: The extension works well however I was tearing my hair out for a long time. It "refreshes" the head data when it looks at it. My head data is dynamically generated - so this causes it to be lost - rather reverted. Not sure if there is something in the background.js or control.js scripts which is doing this but its super frustrating. Works with static head data. (2018-11-27) Will Ambrose: Works well. Helpful. (2018-07-11) Manga D: OG image did not show... Edit: Found out why. The extension does not support specifying the og image size before the image url. (2018-04-17) Kieron Brewer: Very helpful. I need to test pages on a local server before they go live. The works great for that purpose. Thanks. (2018-03-22) Maxim Khudenko: один раз показало и всё, больше никаких реакций от этого расширения (2018-02-24) Alexander Shevchenko: Хорошее приложение (2018-02-12) Vasily Novosad: Спасибо за расширение. Это, пожалуй, единственное стоящее из всех что я пробовал. Нажал - получил результат. (2018-01-08) Anton Oparin: Very helpfull (2017-12-15) Duncan Michael-MacGregor: Saves refreshing FB dev tools, impressed! (2017-12-03) Пух: Спасибо, все так просто и хорошо, что решил даже оставить камент. (2017-11-19) Shuuji TAKAHASHI: It's useful card preview extension. The card preview works properly even if twitter:image and og:image are different. (2017-06-22) Thomas Mathys: Useful for a quick-check, but doesn't reproduce exactly the FB rules, especially for the image appearance (wide or square presentation, depending on image size). (2017-05-01) Станислав Садыков: Хорошечно! (2017-03-28) System.NullReferenceException: It would be better if the image could be selected with the mouse. Only text is selected at this time. (2017-03-07) Андрей Полыскалов: Простое, эффективное и красивое. Нажал и работает. Теперь даже не понимаю как раньше дебажил. Немного отличается вид превью, например в ВК ссылка теперь отображается под изображением и без описания. Но в остальном очень похоже. Маст хейв для веб-разработчика. (2017-01-17) Brian Layman: Incomplete. This makes it work well as a theme maker's or publisher's tool, but not a necessarily developer's tool. It does a decent job of showing what a shared article probably looks like on 4 different services. However, the i tab that shows the raw data is inaccurate and incomplete. It shows some data that is not open graph data, like title and canonical. This is helpful but it should be labeled as not coming from open graph to prevent confusion. It could easily mislead someone into thinking og:title is populated correctly when it isn't. The i tab also does not show ALL open graph fields. This tripped me up till I realized it was the tool that was wrong and not the source websites. It should show all of the fields specified in the open graph protocol as specified at: http://ogp.me/ I was specifically looking for the existence of: article:published_time, article:modified_time or og:updated_time (2016-11-17) This allows you to see how Facebook or Twitter would preview the current webpage. But not limited to that, it also prints out the site's raw metadata to you. Nice work, well done! (2016-11-11) Christian Rich: Does not work. Half the pop up is cut of hidden in the top right corner. (2016-08-23) Diana Broeders: This is very easy to use and even works with sites running on a local server. As long as you provide a full path to your images. A preview of the LinkedIn card would be a great addition though

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4.4889 (45 votes)
Last update / version
2019-04-20 / 2.1.0






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