This tool allows you to check OGP tags and OGP images for SNS shares from a page with a specified URL.
OGP images can be previewed (image, title, description) same as X(Twitter) and Facebook share format.
Just enter the URL of the page you want to check and hit the Check OGP button!
Preview the OGP image along with the description and og properties of the page's title and meta tags.
The og:image property of the meta tag is required for previewing OGP images. If it is not present, the preview cannot be displayed.
When using from a mobile device, only the OGP image preview for mobile is displayed (from a PC, both PC and mobile previews can be viewed).
The results of this tool are cached for up to 5 minutes. Continuous use of the tool may result in the latest results not being reflected.
In addition, once a page is shared, the OGP output is cached by each social networking service (X(Twitter) and Facebook).
To clear the cache, use the official SNS debugger tool.
Due to X(Twitter) specification changes, the Card Validator can no longer clear the cache. if you want to clear the cache for X(Twitter) cards, please refer to Refreshing a Card in a Tweet.
OGP images have a height and width size according to the specifications of each social networking service. If an inappropriate image is used, the top, bottom, left and right sides of the image may be cropped and displayed.
As of May 2022, the recommended image size is 1200px x 630px (or 1.91:1 ratio)
OGP stands for Open Graph protocol, which allows web pages to be shared on social networking sites by displaying information such as images, titles, summaries, etc. as rich objects on social networking sites.
By setting an appropriate OGP, a web page can be displayed as a more attractive link when shared on social networking sites, which can be expected to increase click-through rates, etc.
Add the following og property to the meta tag after adding the
prefix=og: http://ogp.me/ns# to the html tag.
For X(Twitter), also add the following properties
There are other properties that can be configured; see below for more information on Twitter cards.