[Resolved] og:url vs. canonical

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    Marc Ehrich


    First of all thank you for your great Plugin. The switch to SSL was easy and fast and worked with my blog https://www.testspiel.de.

    Of course all the Facebook likes we gone. So I bought the Really Simple SSL Social plugin to recover them.

    After activating the plugin I have the following situation in the code. I have the https-URL, the og:url with http and the canonical with https, which I read is important to prevent duplicate content for Google & Co..


    URL: https://www.testspiel.de/gaensehaut-chor-singt-nothing-else-matters-von-metallica/320293/
    <meta property=”og:url” content=”http://www.testspiel.de/fka-twigs-tanzt-im-neuen-apple-spot-von-spike-jonze-zu-einem-neuen-track-von-anderson-paak/341602/”>
    <link rel=”canonical” href=”https://www.testspiel.de/fka-twigs-tanzt-im-neuen-apple-spot-von-spike-jonze-zu-einem-neuen-track-von-anderson-paak/341602/” />

    Is that correct? The Open Graph Object-Debugger (https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/og/object/) delivers no likes but the original http-post had a lot.

    What’s wrong?

    Thanks in advance,

    #82990 Reply

    i Marc,

    I noticed there’s still a URL that is http:

    This URL should also be http. The reason the plugin is not replacing is that this URL is encoded.

    So I’ve added some code to replace this encoded URL as well.

    Can you contact me at support@really-simple-ssl.com so I can send you this version for you to test?


    #83077 Reply

    Thanks for reporting it Marc. For other users: this issue was resolved in version 3.0.5 of the Really Simple SSL Social

    #83078 Reply

    Marc Ehrich

    Thank you!

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