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og:site_name points to site's domain automatically, but how to point it to a specific URL?

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  1. MyHub

    MyHub Regular Member

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    og:site_name points to a site's domain automatically, but how to point it to a specific URL?

    Example:

    "John Doe" likes "Tomatoes" on "My Favorite Fruits".

    Well, according to open graph protocol, the og:site_name which is "My Favorite Fruits" is designed to automatically point to the site's domain. But how do you point it to a specific URL in the website?

    Edit: I even tried changing the og:url with no luck. Folks who click on "My Favorite Fruits" are always directed to the home page.
     
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  2. Website

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    ughhh you already know too much. move this to vip
     
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  3. surprise

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    lol.. shhh
     
  4. MyHub

    MyHub Regular Member

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    got it... shhh... :)
     
  5. Jurdan

    Jurdan Registered Member

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    I also need help with this...
     
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    lol.. shhh
     
  7. Morpho

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    I think its not possible to add a path to og:site_name but the good thing about that is that if you put an url it automatically converts that to a clickable url...