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plugin:htmlmetatags [2021-06-21 20:21]
porg [Discussion]
plugin:htmlmetatags [2021-06-21 22:18] (current)
porg Reordered discussion by newest on top, as seems to be the convention here, which totally makes sense!
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-==== Thanks by Eivind  ==== 
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-Thanks for a really helpful plugin! I have one issue: Open Graph allows for several images to be specified, but this plugin smacks them together in the same meta content.  --- [[user>molefunk|Eivind]] //2016-11-28 21:48// 
  
 ==== Feature Request: Define OpenGraph image directly in an image tag ==== ==== Feature Request: Define OpenGraph image directly in an image tag ====
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-**In general:** Thanks for providing his! Am currently researching which CMS to choose for my portfolio and am seriously considering DokuWiki as I love it's simplicity. One thing which held me back was not having OpenGraph support which is such a convenience for URL sharing in any media (messengers, social media). If that works out with your plugin, great! 
  
 **Proposal:** In the spirit of [[wp>Don't repeat yourself]] I'd prefer to not have a "metadata-container" in which I define a "metatag-media-og" attribute and define its image filepath/link only to later in the content area again having an image with its filepath placed but instead directly in my image of choice say "This is my openGraph image for that page" by a markup like this %%{{wiki:dokuwiki-128.png?og}}%%. If I have multiple images on a page, I could simply remove the og-tag from one and add it to another one. But the other method should be kept, because it allows advanced features such as using images which are not present in the page content. **Proposal:** In the spirit of [[wp>Don't repeat yourself]] I'd prefer to not have a "metadata-container" in which I define a "metatag-media-og" attribute and define its image filepath/link only to later in the content area again having an image with its filepath placed but instead directly in my image of choice say "This is my openGraph image for that page" by a markup like this %%{{wiki:dokuwiki-128.png?og}}%%. If I have multiple images on a page, I could simply remove the og-tag from one and add it to another one. But the other method should be kept, because it allows advanced features such as using images which are not present in the page content.
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 +**In general:** Thanks for providing his! Am currently researching which CMS to choose for my portfolio and am seriously considering DokuWiki as I love it's simplicity. One thing which held me back was not having OpenGraph support which is such a convenience for URL sharing in any media (messengers, social media). If that works out with your plugin, great!
  
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 +==== Thanks by Eivind  ====
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 +Thanks for a really helpful plugin! I have one issue: Open Graph allows for several images to be specified, but this plugin smacks them together in the same meta content.  --- [[user>molefunk|Eivind]] //2016-11-28 21:48//
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