Support of Open Graph protocol

Meta-information added to a page in conform to open graph protocol allows you to integrate a content of a page to a social graph. In other words, by clicking a “Share” button for the page it will be correctly displayed for social networks like Facebook.

To generate a social meta-information for a page add a method call ogmeta inside a head html tag:


Calling ogmeta with the more specific parameters:

  $!{ogmeta(["title":"Test page", "image":"some_image_ref", ...])}

As a result, the page will contain the html markup like this:

  <meta property="og:site_name" content=""/>
  <meta property="og:image" content=""/>
  <meta property="og:title" content="Test page"/>
  <meta property="og:locale" content="en"/>
  <meta property="og:type" content="article"/>
  <meta property="og:url" content=""/>

The default ogmeta fields:

  • og:url - A page URL. Cannot be overridden.
  • og:site_name - A site virtual host name. Cannot be overridden.
  • og:locale - A locale of http request. Cannot be overridden.
  • og:title - A page title, the default is page.hname. It may be overridden by title argument passed to ogmeta method.
  • og:type - Page type, the default is article. It may be overridden by type argument passed to ogmeta method.
  • og:image - An image banner associated with page. It will be used if the image argument is specified. The value of an argument may be a name of image <am_image> assembly attribute or path to an image file in media repository.

Any other named parameters passed in the call of ogmeta, will be added “as is”, with the prefix og:.