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Admin Page Link Not Showing Up on External Page

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by safaristyle, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. safaristyle

    safaristyle Regular Member

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    The page should be like this...But for me its coming like

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    No link to admin page...can anyone say whats the problem?
     
  2. biglia

    biglia Regular Member

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    Make sure you have a fb:admins or fb:app_id on that page and you are logged in as an administrator. Click on the like button and check if the link is appearing. Go to the facebook site and check the "advert and pages" tab on the left side. The admin page will be there too.
     
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  3. henga

    henga Junior Member

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    Why does you want "admin page" next to? What good does it do then?
     
  4. ogeee

    ogeee Registered Member

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    I've been having this problem too. It's VERY annoying as those likes are very targetted and I'd like to publish to their feeds...

    I haven't had time to try and debug why admin isn't working for me but all of my open graph sites are on wordpress and they've all got different accounts as admins...

    So I thought I'd probably messed up somehow modifying the theme files to get it working. From your screenshot I can't tell if you're using WP though OP.
     
  5. surprise

    surprise Junior Member

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    you can't have the meta type "other"

    make sure you have the meta type "website" in your headers
     
  6. ogeee

    ogeee Registered Member

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    Aha! Currently og:type on my stuff is article.

    surprise: So og:type should be set to website instead of article on every separate page on a site to get admin working?

    Also, slightly off topic but does anyone know if different og:type values affect weightings in the feeds of likers? Or is it just based on likes and comments on updates?
     
  7. surprise

    surprise Junior Member

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    ya article is no good..
    change that type to website and you'll be fine
     
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  8. cruddpuppet

    cruddpuppet Registered Member

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    You will not be able to publish to the feeds of anyone who became a fan before you change the og:type value. Just saying :)
     
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  9. ogeee

    ogeee Registered Member

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    Ah well, you live you learn. Thanks.