When the page meta tags are generated when viewing a thread it seems to be inconsistent when the bb code tags are removed from the descriptions ("description" & "og:description"). For example, on this page http://coolscifi.com/threads/the-amazing-adventures-of-captain-quasar.17952 the first post of the thread starts off using an 'img' tag to embed an image. The description & og:description value in the source is now... Code: <meta name="description" content="[IMG] Hey guys! Firstly, let me just state for the record, I don't want your money, I'm not here to get funded on kickstarter, I'm not here to beg for..." /> ... with the at the front of the text. The same goes for the og:description but since they are identical I'm only copying & pasting the description. The problem with that is if do something like a Facebook 'Share' button that grabs the og:description value then it ends up like this... By contrast it seems like some tags like 'quote' are being gracefully handled by including the quoted text by excluding the [quote] tag from appearing. This page http://awalkerbit.me/threads/constantine.1044/, for example, starts with a sentence followed by a quote. When looking at the source the description is... Code: <meta name="description" content="Another comic to TV/movie adaption is in the works, this time DC Comics' Constantine.Neil Marshall (The Descent) is set to direct NBC’s drama pilot..." /> ... which, except for the missing space between "Constantine.Neil", looks much nicer. Unfortunately it doesn't seem like Facebook allows you to change the description or thumbnail from the shared link so we are at the mercy of whatever the generated og:x tags are. The request then would be gracefully remove tags like [img] & [attach] from the generated meta tags.