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How To Disable Jetpack’s Open Graph Tags

Jetpack automatically adds Open Graph tags to your site, which can be annoying.You don’t need these tags if you don’t want, or if you’re using other plugins for this job. It is annoying, but it’s easy to disable this feature with a one-liner (snippet, not joke).

Here’s how you can disable Jetpack’s open graph tags with following snippet:

add_filter( 'jetpack_enable_opengraph', '__return_false', 99 );

If you’re using WordPress SEO by Yoast, then you do not actually need to disable Jetpack’s Open Graph meta tags. Jetpack automatically removes its meta tags if WordPress SEO is active on your site.

5 thoughts on “How To Disable Jetpack’s Open Graph Tags”

        1. Make sure that there you are not seeing a cached version. You could also try temporarily switching to a default theme (like Twenty Seventeen), add that snippet again in functions.php and check the source code for Jetpack Open Graph tags.

          1. Thanks, I’ll look into that.
            Might also be a different extension that’s adding this… I seem to have multiple og tags

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