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#6430 – can sh404SEF also add og:image for a third-party component like Ohanah (event manager)

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Saturday, 17 June 2017 19:29 UTC
woluweb
Hi !

I am looking for a (nice) solution in order to add og:image for a third-party component like Ohanah (event manager).

Just to make my question more explicit, see this example page :
https://www.lesfestivalsdewallonie.be/fr/programme-2017/concerts/170-an-pierle-cluster?limit=200

Can sh404SEF do the job for Ohanah Event pages ?
1. automatically by taking the first or biggest image
2. can I also for some of the Event pages override those automatic selections by selecting manually a distinct image ? (if yes, how does that selection happen : your extensions lists all urls, I choose one and I give the link to my own image ?)

Last question : the one and only feature I need is that og:image.
Do you confirm that I can switch off all the other features of sh404SEF ? (I don't need/want url rewriting etc so far in this case)

Txs a lot,
Marc
Thursday, 22 June 2017 08:19 UTC
wb_weeblr
Hi

Do you confirm that I can switch off all the other features of sh404SEF ? (I don't need/want url rewriting etc so far in this case)
No, I confirm the opposite. URLs are the basis of sh404SEF and everything is based on it. When URL optimization is disabled, sh404SEF is entirely disabled (except for the security features, at least most of them).

Other than that, yes, we do have a strong automatic og:image recognition, and it can be overriden URL by URL manually.
your extensions lists all urls, I choose one and I give the link to my own image ?
As you can guess by that statement, sh404SEF could not list any URL if URL optimization was not enabled.

Rgds
 
Thursday, 22 June 2017 08:40 UTC
woluweb
Txs for your very clear answer :-)
I appreciate !

Marc
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