When a URL for an online magazine article is pasted into a new Facebook post or comment, Facebook parses that article and displays both the article's Title and top Image. Unfortunately, Tiki articles don't have the correct structure and Facebook fails to display anything other than a very ugly rendition of Tiki's Browser Title and the Article's Type. Both the top article Image and the article's Title fail to display.
Sadly, what this means is no one is ever going to bother to promote a Tiki based Article on Facebook.
Does anyone know how to use Content Templates with the necessary XML or HTML structure to hold the article's Image and Title, so Facebook can correctly parse them?