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Guide: Facebook Pixel with Google Tag Manager

Recently I was tasked to deploy a Facebook Pixel on an ecommerce site. While deploying tags with Google Tag Manager is normally a relatively straightforward thing to do, I found the documentation around Facebook’s Pixel to be sub-par, a bit confusing, and in need of improvement. So I decided to write this guide both to help out those readers who are perplexed about the how to deploy the pixel, as well as spill some digital ink critiquing the FB Pixel documentation. 

Source: Google Tag Manager Consultant

Readability Guidelines

"Imagine a collaboratively developed, universal content style guide, based on usability evidence. With guidelines for creating easy to comprehend content, we'll design inclusively by default." – Sarah Richards

...if, working together, we can create a universal, inclusive style guide. Because "style guide" can mean different things, we called it the Readability Guidelines project. 

How to increase the WordPress Memory Limit on 1&1 IONOS

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Create a php.ini file with the following: 

upload_max_filesize = 100M

post_max_size = 512M

memory_limit = 512M

max_input_vars = 5000

file_uploads = On

max_execution_time = 180

The values can be determined by your individual needs. Elementor requires the memory_limit to be greater than 64M.

After you create the php.ini file, upload it to: your-domain/wp-admin/php.ini