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How to use LinkedIn pixel event tracking in single page application

I solved this with the following: const img = new Image(); img.src = `https://dc.ads.linkedin.com/collect/?pid=${linkedinPixelId}&conversionId=${linkedinEvent}&fmt=gif` Here's a link to the ...
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How may I show an incomplete web application on Linkedin or on my resume?

To have it hidden from search engines - add a robots.txt with the following content: User-agent: * Disallow: / Place the robots.txt in the root directory of your website/application. To make it ...
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LinkedIn social sharing image not showing up when using og:image tag

Your image request is actually returning a 308 response, directing to: https://robertcooper.me:443/api/og-image/Building with feature flags?readTime=6 Note the addition of the port and the %20 s being ...
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How can we turn off some LinkedIn login permissions to our website?

You probably use a share plugin together with the login plugin? https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/linkedin/consumer/integrations/self-serve/share-on-linkedin?context=linkedin/consumer/context
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How to use LinkedIn pixel event tracking in single page application

Thanks for all the input Stephen. I have finally got a solution. I've placed a tag like this <div [innerHtml]='linkedinPixel'> and am filling this variable with a proper link via service.
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