Easy way to access OpenGraph meta tags from jsdom parsed web page
$ npm install ogp
As a submodule of your project
$ git submodule add http://github.com/SpeCT/node-ogp.git ogp $ git submodule update --init
// 1. load node-ogpvar ogp =// 2. parse DOM using jsdomvar jsdom =url = ''jsdom
This will put next structure into stdout:
url: ''title: 'The Godfather (1972)'type: 'video.movie'image: ''site_name: 'IMDb'
In case if some of OpenGraph tags were presented multiple times (few image tags for example, output structure field related to that tag will be converted into array:
image: 'image1.png' 'image2.png'
Written and maintained by Yury Proshchenko.
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