This is not good at all as it ruins all my plans with galleries Most of my photos is from golf competition and I do share always single photos to players. And they do share single images.
I think I have idea for you. Solution.
Problem might be because PhotoBlogger uses for single images tag solution (catalog-url/index.html#filename) This doesn't work.
Same applys for searched photos ... you can't share those
Yes, this could work. Until Facebook changes its mind. They have released 6 major versions of their API in a year, which makes it impossible to follow, unless you focus solely on FB.
Separate pages for images are the thing of the XXth century. Today each and every picture gallery is using a single page layout and load pictures on the same page. Only this makes possible using picture transitions for example. (And most of the functions the skin provides, like slideshow and background music.) With separate pages you have to load not only the HTML pages, but all the libraries too for every picture. At the end of the day for a single facebook share you sacrifice a lot of bandwidth of your visitors and have a crappy user experience.
Perhaps later I will implement some shadow html structure, solely for Facebook share, but I didn't byte the bullet yet.
I see your point. From technology point of view. And this FB API thing ... grazy. 6 times a year ...
So my problem still exists. Any ides how to share single images? Or no chance at all at the moment?
Of course I could take the picture from my local disk and share this image as upload to FB and add link to the text "Click to see full gallery". But this is soooooo not OK to do
Today you can share it through Twitter (Tumblr) or send the link. Facebook made sharing content from external site so hard on purpose after they saw how easy to hack their newsfeed. A dynamic page (like these albums) can easily generate content on the fly - Facebook has no chance to verify and filter their content. That's why they insist on static pages. (Naturally troll factories can easily circumvent this hurdle.)
In the future I will make separate image pages for sharing - perhaps that will work for a few months before Facebook figures out how to ban them.