How to install Facebook Pixel in Magento 2 in UNDER 30 Seconds (VIDEO)

Our second video in a series of Magento 2 Manager series videos helping inform all Magento 2 store owners how to manage and maintain their e-commerce stores!

Here’s the step by step:

#1 – Log into your Magento 2 store

#2 – Once you’re logged in to your store go over to:

Content > Design > Configuration

#3 – Now simply select the correct store view where you’d like to install the Facebook 2 pixel and click “Edit”

#4 – Next click on the “HTML Head” tab and scroll down to “scripts and stylesheets” and enter your Facebook pixel code.

#5 – Finally just goto System > Cache Management and flush your cache and that’s it! Your Facebook pixel has been installed.

If you’d like to verify whether your pixel is installed correctly you can use the Facebook Pixel helper Chrome extension found here:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/facebook%20pixel

If you have any questions or need any assistance feel free to contact us!

How to Reindex Magento 2 in UNDER 30 Seconds (VIDEO)

Our first video in a series of Magento 2 Manager series videos helping inform all Magento 2 store owners how to manage and maintain their e-commerce stores!

Here’s the step by step:

#1 – Log into your server via SSH, for more info on this please follow https://help.liquidweb.com/s/article/Logging-into-Your-Server-via-Secure-Shell-SSH

#2 – Once you’re logged in to your server via SSH you’l need to navigate to the root directory of your Magento 2 installation (typically this the “public_html” directory). The command used for this is “cd directorynamehere” (replaced directorynamehere with the directory you’d like to acess).

#3 – Now that you’re in the root directory the next step is to simply run this command “php/bin magento indexer:reindex”

That’s it! You’re site is re-indexed

Here’s a few other helpful indexer commands to accompany the reindex:

“php bin/magento indexer:status” <- this command gives you a status update on all your indexers to see if they need to be reindex.

“php bin/magento indexer:info” <- this command gives you the the list of all the indexers are currently being used.