How your kvCORE website looks when you share it in Facebook or on other media platforms can be controlled within your website settings.

Website Title

The Website title is the always populated into the website's tab after the page is loaded. This is what shows you which tab represents which page:

Above, you can see the default information populated into the website title on our test website. It takes some basic information such as your company name and location and populates it into a generic title.

In the code of the page, this meta property is used by everything, from your browser window to facebook. You can see in the below example, the traditional <title> property is also populated with the same information as the meta property.

We can control this title in our Website settings.

Click on Web & IDX

Click Edit Settings for the website you want to edit.

Scroll down to 'Website Title'

Enter a title and click 'save.'

And, we can see it's updated after a refresh.

Now, when posting our site to Social Media, the link preview reflects our customization.

Website Description or Tag Line

After the website title, we have the 'meta description' which is kind of like a subtitle. It's a very, very short description of what your page or site is all about. The system generates a default meta description that uses the format:

[City][State] Real Estate & Homes For Sale | [Company Name]

You can see it in the image in the previous section showing our modified title. This line may also be modified.

On your website settings page, scroll to 'Homepage Meta Description' and enter your custom description there, and save it.

This information can be overridden in web & idx settings using the setting titled 'Use Agent Info For Tagline.'

When set to yes, the tagline shows the agent's contact info instead on their agent website:

Troubleshooting Facebook

If you run across any issues when posting your kvCORE website, typically it's because Facebook has never before seen your website, so you may need to go to the FB Debugger tool and 'scrape' it. The first time you use this tool, you may need to click the link to fetch new information.

The tool can be found here .

If you make changes to your site and they are not being reflected on Facebook, use the tool and click the 'Scrape Again' button to force Facebook to refresh its cache.

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