Social Sharing Toolkit Conflict with Genesis 2.0

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    Heads up! I discovered a conflict between Genesis 2.0 and the Social Sharing Toolkit (SST) plugin.

    When I allow SSTto add OpenGraph tags to my pages, the <title> tag is added inside of the og:title tag.

    <meta property="og:title" content="<title>7 Audacity features you'll miss in Adobe Audition</title>"/>

    But if I switch to any non-Genesis theme, the title displays properly without the extra <title> tag.

    The particular code inside SST building this information is:

    echo '<meta property="og:title" content="'.trim(wp_title('', 0)).'"/>';

    I’ve played around with the wp_title function, but I can’t do anything that will make this work with my Genesis-2.0-based theme. I even switched to vanilla Genesis 2.0.1 and still have the problem.

    I’ve submitted this to StudioPress and the SST developer and will post here if we find a solution.


    Thanks for the heads up!

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    After additional investigation, I did eventually discover this was because of SST’s “OpenGraph” setting. Disabling that would make titles display properly. However, this still wasn’t a problem with previous Genesis.

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