I log in as my "page" and then go to https://www.facebook.com/insights/
I click "Insights for your website", and a dialog box pops up saying this:
Add a meta tag to your webpage Gain access to insights for your website by adding an fb:admins or fb:app_id meta tag to your root webpage, linking it to your personal account or an application.
and it provides a meta tag in this format, with a 15-digit
content attribute value:
<meta property="fb:admins" content="123456789012345" />
I copy and paste that inside my
<head></head> tags, enter my web address into the dialog box I just described and submit it, and get this error:
Bad request No admin data found at root webpage http://example.com/. Insights requires admin data at this root webpage for the specified URL example.com
(Of course, I used my real web address, not "example.com")
I found facebook's site debugging tool here. And when I run my url through it, it gives me this error:
Errors that must be fixed Object Invalid Value Object at URL 'http://example.com/' of type 'website' is invalid because the given value '123456789012345' for property 'fb:admins' could not be parsed as type 'fbid'.
After that, I tried changing fb:admins to fb:app_id in the meta tag and that did not fix the problem either.
So, why is facebook telling me to use that code if it's not the right code?