Graph API Version

User Cover Photo

Reading

Cover photo

Example

Graph API Explorer
GET v2.12/...?fields={fieldname_of_type_UserCoverPhoto} HTTP/1.1
Host: graph.facebook.com
/* PHP SDK v5.0.0 */
/* make the API call */
try {
  // Returns a `Facebook\FacebookResponse` object
  $response = $fb->get(
    '...?fields={fieldname_of_type_UserCoverPhoto}',
    '{access-token}'
  );
} catch(Facebook\Exceptions\FacebookResponseException $e) {
  echo 'Graph returned an error: ' . $e->getMessage();
  exit;
} catch(Facebook\Exceptions\FacebookSDKException $e) {
  echo 'Facebook SDK returned an error: ' . $e->getMessage();
  exit;
}
$graphNode = $response->getGraphNode();
/* handle the result */
/* make the API call */
FB.api(
    "...?fields={fieldname_of_type_UserCoverPhoto}",
    function (response) {
      if (response && !response.error) {
        /* handle the result */
      }
    }
);
/* make the API call */
new GraphRequest(
    AccessToken.getCurrentAccessToken(),
    "...?fields={fieldname_of_type_UserCoverPhoto}",
    null,
    HttpMethod.GET,
    new GraphRequest.Callback() {
        public void onCompleted(GraphResponse response) {
            /* handle the result */
        }
    }
).executeAsync();
// For more complex open graph stories, use `FBSDKShareAPI`
// with `FBSDKShareOpenGraphContent`
/* make the API call */
FBSDKGraphRequest *request = [[FBSDKGraphRequest alloc]
                               initWithGraphPath:@"...?fields={fieldname_of_type_UserCoverPhoto}"
                                      parameters:params
                                      HTTPMethod:@"GET"];
[request startWithCompletionHandler:^(FBSDKGraphRequestConnection *connection,
                                      id result,
                                      NSError *error) {
    // Handle the result
}];
If you want to learn how to use the Graph API, read our Using Graph API guide.

Parameters

This endpoint doesn't have any parameters.

Fields

FieldDescription
offset_x
float

When greater than 0% but less than 100%, the cover photo overflows horizontally. The value represents the horizontal manual offset (the amount the user dragged the photo horizontally to show the part of interest) as a percentage of the offset necessary to make the photo fit the space.

offset_y
float

When greater than 0% but less than 100%, the cover photo overflows vertically. The value represents the vertical manual offset (the amount the user dragged the photo vertically to show the part of interest) as a percentage of the offset necessary to make the photo fit the space.

source
string

Direct URL for the person's cover photo image

Edges

No edges

Creating

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Updating

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Deleting

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