FaceBook Application Developer Logo issues

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Hey people,

I am using the Facebook developer application.

I need to know about the supported image (logo formats) needed when creating a new application using the Facebook developer application.

I guess it is one of these.

1. JPG


3. BMP

Please reply asap. I have tried all of these formats but it fails.

Is it a fourth format. 

Thank you for your time.

Answered By 0 points N/A #107371

FaceBook Application Developer Logo issues



The Open Graph Protocol enables developer to integrate the Web pages into the social graph. It is currently designed for the Web pages representing profiles of real-world. Including Open Graph tags on the Web page, it makes your page equivalent to a Facebook Page. This means when the user clicks the Like button on your page, the connection is made between web page and the user. Web page will appear in the "Likes and Interests" section of the user's profile, and Developer has the ability to publish updates to the user. Web page will show up in the same places that Facebook pages show up around the website (e.g. search), and developer can target ads to people who like your content. The structured data developer provide via the Open Graph Protocol defines how web page will be represented on Facebook.

It uses the following logo format:

1) PNG


3) GIF



Answered By 590495 points N/A #320083

FaceBook Application Developer Logo issues


If you are using the Facebook developer app and you need to upload and publish photos, the following are the supported image or file formats:

  • JPEG
  • BMP
  • PNG
  • GIF
  • TIFF

Though you can upload images in these file formats, there are limitations. When uploading photos in PNG format, try keeping the file size below 1 MB. When you upload PNG files bigger than 1 MB, the image may appear pixelated after the upload. When uploading images in other formats, try checking the file size of every photo. Facebook recommends uploading photos below 4 MB.

Before publishing, Facebook strips all location metadata and resizes images to various dimensions to best support rendering in numerous sizes. Note: the “publish_actions” permission has been removed on April 24, 2018.

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