Rating:        Based on 1 rating
Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 201
Change Set: 72208
Released: Jan 6, 2012
Updated: Jan 7, 2012 by hismightiness
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

This release has the follow new features and updates:
  • Issue 11584 - FEATURE: Injecting Open Graph Protocol tags server-side
  • Issue 11590 - FEATURE: Health check to determine and report status of the Open Graph Protocol injection
  • FEATURE: Fully compliant with the Facebook debugger
  • FEATURE: Choose the Locale of your content
  • FEATURE: Automatic health check to determine possible issues (Edit Mode only)
  • FEATURE: Enable/disable Open Graph Protocol (Host/Super users only)
  • FEATURE: Supports multiple sites on the same installation of DotNetNuke
  • FEATURE: Secure configuration file storage

System Requirements

  • DotNetNuke v06.00.00 or newer
  • .Net Framework v3.5 SP1 or newer
  • SQL Server 2005 or newer

Special Thanks

Robb Brynn (www.cfwebmasters.com), Jonathan Sheely (www.twentytech.net), and Mitchel Sellers (www.mitchelsellers.com) were instrumental in making this release possible. Through their beta-testing and ongoing feedback, this module is light years ahead of where it would've been for this release. The level of stability in this release could not have been achieved this quickly and to the degree you see without them.

Reviews for this release

Nice Module - Does what is says on the tin. A small issue with the Preferred URL, but once set to default all was good. I had been trying to use Page Header Tags, ran into 500 character limit, not enough for opengraph tags. Had success using the content injection module, but this makes life way more simple. Maybe the flexiblilty for custom tags could be added in a future release?
by Mr__Black on Jan 13, 2012 at 4:20 PM