When pasting the URL of the Drupal site in question as a facebook message, the message, title and image that are being fetched from that drupal site are not the ones that are supposed to come up. From what I gather, Facebook module and OpenGraph stuff seems needed in order to figure this out which seems overkill for this problem...
The homepage of the Drupal site is a view with some blocks in the sidebars. When you paste the URL of the site (www.mysite.com) in a facebook message, it fetches some text out of a block, and an image from some other node. Instead, I want to be able to choose which text it fetches from the site.
The answer to this question How to change facebook og:image to post image link? seems to come close and is telling me I need to use the metatag module. It doesn't explain how to go about it, but I installed the module and changed some of the values in the configuration, but didn't have any effect. Also flushed caches many times.
Also installed the fb module, I read the README.txt from the
fbmodule from the beginning until the end (as asked).
I have a feeling like I don't necessarily have to get a degree in the the huge Facebook API/Opengraph rabbithole in order to get this sorted, do I? I mean, there has to be one place where you can just determine when the text, image and title should be on the wall without too much of a huge construction around, no?