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12/6/2014 11:33 PM
 

So I'm rebuilding this site from scratch:

http://www.veganteeshirts.com

The problem is "Awesome Cycles" is stuck in the preview of the link, for example when you want to post it on Facebook. 

I deleted old site from DNN, uninstalled skin, removed site from Plesk so it's gone from IIS, cleared cache, incremented host version, rebooted server.. AC is still there.. it's driving me NUTS!!!

How do I get rid of that damn thing??? Where do I look? Some leftovers in the SQL database or something? The site doesn't exist anymore!! Is it just the DNS cache and it will clear in a day or 2?

 
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12/7/2014 1:50 AM
 

Facebook creates a cache of the open graph elements of page the first time they are visited by facebook - as in when you make a post of a link to a facebook page.

At some stage in the past before you updated your page titles or descriptions facebook managed to get a scrape with older settings for you page - hence why Awesome Cycles was there.

When I visited your site using  https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/  it showed that Awesome Cycles was stored as the page title in the facebook cache.

To clear the cache i selected the Fetch New Scrape button on the debug results page - that forces facebook to dump what is had in its cache and reload - you should no longer have any problems - with Awesome Cycles appearing on your facebook link.

Cheers

Westa

 
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12/7/2014 2:01 AM
 
Wes Tatters wrote:

Facebook creates a cache of the open graph elements of page the first time they are visited by facebook - as in when you make a post of a link to a facebook page.

At some stage in the past before you updated your page titles or descriptions facebook managed to get a scrape with older settings for you page - hence why Awesome Cycles was there.

When I visited your site using  https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/  it showed that Awesome Cycles was stored as the page title in the facebook cache.

To clear the cache i selected the Fetch New Scrape button on the debug results page - that forces facebook to dump what is had in its cache and reload - you should no longer have any problems - with Awesome Cycles appearing on your facebook link.

Cheers

Westa

WOW that was quick! Thank you so much Westa!!

 
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