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Facebook share button with dynamic plug ins

Thread began 2/11/2015 4:59 pm by The Flying Fox | Last modified 2/26/2015 10:52 am by The Flying Fox | 719 views | 5 replies

The Flying Fox

Facebook share button with dynamic plug ins


My Facebook share button is not working correctly, my Twitter button is.

I have a share button on my news items that I use to share with social media, Twitter/Facebook. If I hover over the facebook button It shows the correct URL. But if I press this button It goes to the default page from the dynamic plug in.
On page load the page pulls info from the database, I've set a default value in the sql so I do not get a blank page once loaded.

This default page is what the facebook button wants to post instead of the URL that is both in the URL field and within the Facebook share button

<a href="">link to issue</a>

Any help would be appreciated


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