URL description is a copy of the tile.
- This is a one-off content issue, description meta content is wrongly set. I see that you set the subtitle as a description, and I do that too - but only if og:description meta doesn't exist. If it exists, that's what I prefer, since that's the standard - they set it manually knowing that that's what'll appear in link previews - so it might be more suitable than the subtitle, and I don't want to change of what they want it to be.
The first related link here for example has a different description from the subtitle - your template ignores that and forces the subtitle to be the description. See in my template: https://instantview.telegram.org/contest/prohardver.hu/template41/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fprohardver.hu%2Fhir%2Fnikon_rogton_ket_full_frame_milc_is_bemutathat.html
If it would be constantly repeating the title, of course we would have to force the subtitle to correct it, but that's not the case. It’s a one-off, also sharing this link anywhere will show this description. It's their issue, not my job to fix it.
- Declined by admin
- For many domains, using site's meta can be fairly unreliable. However, after checking quite a few articles on this domain, it does seem that using the og:description can be overall okay for this domain.
So in this specific case, it does seem like an issue with the source page and not with the template.
- Type of issue
- IV page is missing essential content
- Apr 1, 2019