I'm working on an app over here which has a 'send to facebook' button displayed just under the header of the page. The application is written in PHP and calls on templates [see templates attached] throughout. The button in question is highlighted in the [templates1 screen shot ] and it generates this code:
<a class="addthis_button_preferred_1 addthis_button_facebook at300b" href="http://www.addthis.com/bookmark.php?v=250&winname=addthis&pub=xa-4cb9a349408ca125&source=tbx-250& lng=en&s=facebook&url=http%3A%2F%2Ftodayscitydeals.com%2Findex.php&title=Today's%20City%20Deals%20-%20Today's%20 City%20Deals%7CBury%20GroupBuy%7CBury%20Voucher%7CBury%20Discount& ate=AT-xa-4cb9a349408ca125/-/-/4d0a3ebae8772deb/1/4d0a3c6ee97d1805&ips=1&uid=4d0a3c6ee97d1805& CXNID=2000001.5215456080540439074NXC&pre=http%3A%2F%2Ftodayscitydeals.com%2Fmanage%2Fsystem%2Ftemplate.php%3F id%3Dblock_team_share.html&tt=0" target="_blank" title="Send to Facebook"><span class="at300bs at15t_facebook"></span></a> <span class="at300bs at15t_facebook"></span>
Upon clicking the button, a user should be taken to facebook and if they're logged in should see an image and a summary of the deal they were viewing on the website. The script is working to a fashion, but is displaying incorrect information [see fb1 screen-shot attached please.] I.e. If I'm viewing TakeThat, then if I hit the send to facebook button, I should see the same (TakeThat NOT the Handyman!) in a Facebook window. The deal/information shown in the screen shot is from another deal; one which has subsequently expired.
Are there any Facebook API ninjas out there willing to give me some help?