@dsabyte Open Graph Image Generator

@dsabyte Open Graph Image Generator


@ dsabyte (@dsabyte)

A service that dynamically generates Open Graph images to be used in HTML meta tags, written in React, HTML, and Tailwind. This service is currently in use by @dsabyte and is used to dynamically generate OG images for the blogs and discussions of dsabyte.com.

What is OGP?

Open Graph Protocol(OGP) is developed by Facebook that allows websites to integrate their content with the social media platforms. It enables you to control how your content appears when shared on Facebook and other social media platforms.

What is an open graph image?

An Open Graph image, often referred to as an OG image, is an image associated with a web page and specified using Open Graph meta tags in the HTML of that page. When someone shares the URL of a page on a social media platform like Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, the platform uses the Open Graph image to display a thumbnail or preview image alongside the shared link.

By providing an Open Graph image, you can ensure that the shared content looks visually appealing and is more likely to attract attention. The Open Graph image is typically square or rectangular, and it's recommended to have a minimum size of 1200 x 630 pixels for optimal display on various social media platforms.

To implement an Open Graph image, you need to include the appropriate meta tags in the <head> section of your HTML document.

Here's an example:

OG Image Tag

      <meta property="og:image" content="URL_TO_YOUR_IMAGE" />

Replace "URL_TO_YOUR_IMAGE" with the URL of the image you want to use as the Open Graph image for that specific page. Additionally, you can include other Open Graph meta tags to customize the title, description, and other aspects of how your content appears when shared on social media.

What @dsabyte open graph image generator?

We believe that practical >>> theory, so try out the generator by visiting ogp.dsabyte.com.

@dsbayte open graph image generator is a free service that generates open graph images by simple text prompts. 

It allows you to select different templates and prompts to generate OG images for docs, blogs, etc. 

How to use OG image?

Firstly you need to add a meta tag in the head with property equal to og:image and content equal the og image URL.

OG Image Implementation

      <meta property="og:image" content="URL_TO_YOUR_IMAGE" />

Try sharing your page, once you have added your og image to the head of your page HTML

Your links will appear with your og image on social media platform, just like this 

If you want to test any page open graph tags, then try visiting this website

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