Once you’ve done that though, you’ll need Facebook to crawl your page again, they have a debug tool at https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/ to show you exactly what they see when someone links to your page.
Thanks for that Jannis ;-). And thanks to you Richard, I did as you both suggested, I put in a new logo jpg, then copied all the code including my jpg title and put it in the header field. But now when I go to that debug page it’s a blank pic instead of the new logo showing up (see attached). So I’m still not quite doing it right?
Hey Richard, thanks for that. It’s a bit confusing. That logo shows up massive in your screen grab so I’ve reduced it and rescraped, but now what I get is this, I did this yesterday but it’s not seeing a logo at all:
The image link is wrong.
It says http://www.stormdesignprint.com/STORM-GREEN-LOGO.jpg but if you visit that address there’s nothing there.
Once you’ve found it / uploaded it you might just have to change the width and height tags to make it fit, that’s all.
Bear in mind also that fb can be a bit temperamental.
I make a regular podcast that has a new RW page for each episode and often the fb scraper doesn’t show the image, but it is displayed when shared.
I do a test share to my own fb wall to make sure it’s working, and change the privacy settings to 'Only Me"
I just tested it with yours and it showed fine on my fb wall, yet didn’t display it on the debug page, very odd.