Once you do that, Facebook will recache your page and things should be fine after that.These changes begin rolling out today and will be available to everyone in the US in the coming weeks.When you set your Facebook sharing details inside of Optimize Press sometimes those details do not show up on Facebook itself.
I’m not just a Facebook user because I enjoy keeping in touch with friends and family, but I also use Facebook for work because one of my jobs deals directly with social media management.
As a result, having downtime is somewhat of a problem for me.
We’re listening to people’s feedback and will continue to make improvements in order to provide a valuable Trending experience.
Publisher Headlines In order to provide people with more context on what is trending on Facebook, we will now display a headline from a publisher’s article about that topic.
You can do that by going to this page and entering your page's URL: https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug Click the debug button to request Facebook to display the meta information of your page.
Then, hit the Scrape Again button to display the latest meta.
The second happens because the app makes different data calls for similar, but out-of-sync information.
Here’s a pair of excerpts to explain: “For a starter, caching of unchanged content cannot be controlled by the developer.
I’m not sure when that behavior started, but it’s quite annoying and happens on both my Android (s goog) and i OS (s aapl) devices.
I long suspected these problems had much to do with Facebook’s use of various Web technologies, since much of the mobile platform was built with web standards and technologies such as HTML5, surrounded by a native wrapper for Android or i OS. Now I am, thanks to Dirk de Kok’s detailed post at Mobtest, which tests mobile applications.
This was the most requested feature addition since the last update we made to Trending in August.