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Getting Started with CldOgImage

Basic Usage

The basic required prop is src:

<CldOgImage
  src="images/turtle"
/>

The resulting HTML will be applied to the Head of the document:

<meta property="og:image" content="https://res.cloudinary.com/colbycloud-next-cloudinary/image/upload/c_fill,w_2400,h_1200,g_center/f_auto/q_auto/v1/images/galaxy" />
<meta property="og:image:secure_url" content="https://res.cloudinary.com/colbycloud-next-cloudinary/image/upload/c_fill,w_2400,h_1200,g_center/f_auto/q_auto/v1/images/galaxy" />
<meta property="og:image:width" content="2400" />
<meta property="og:image:height" content="1200" />
<meta property="twitter:title" content=" " />
<meta property="twitter:card" content="summary_large_image" />
<meta property="twitter:image" content="https://res.cloudinary.com/colbycloud-next-cloudinary/image/upload/c_fill,w_2400,h_1200,g_center/f_auto/q_auto/v1/images/galaxy" />

But you can use any of the available features from CldImage to build your CldOgImage.

You can further take advantage of Cloudinary features like background removal and overlays by adding additional props:

<CldOgImage
  src="images/turtle"
  tint="100:0000FF:0p:FF1493:100p"
  blur="2000"
  removeBackground
  overlays={[{
    text: {
      color: 'white',
      fontFamily: 'Source Sans Pro',
      fontSize: 200,
      fontWeight: 'bold',
      text: 'Next Cloudinary'
    }
  }]}
  underlay="images/galaxy"
  alt="Next Cloudinary over picture of a turtle on top of a galaxy"
  twitterTitle="Next Cloudinary"
/>

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Last updated on December 1, 2022