Adding iPhone 12 Pro Max to Chromes Emulated Devices

In Google Chrome Inspector (Developer Tools) Click on edit then Add custom device

iPhone 12 Pro Max
428 x 926 x 3
User agent string =
Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 13_2 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/605.1.15 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/13.0.3 Mobile/15E148 Safari/604.1
Mobile

That’s all you need.

Here is some additional info for iPhone 12 Pro Max:
Display: 6.7″ Super Retina XDR (OLED)
Screen resolution (points): 428 x 926
Native resolution (pixels): 1284 x 2778 (458 ppi)
Scale factor: 3x
Portrait size classes: w: Compact, h: Regular
Landscape size classes: w: Regular, h: Compact

Hope this helps
Regards, James

Thunderbird is taking over all outgoing mail – send to, even though it is not set as the default email program in Windows 10

I use Outlook as my default email client, but occasionally I use Thunderbird. Even though Outlook is set as the default in Windows 10, in many programs when I use “Send as email”, “Send To” function it brings out a Thunderbird dialog box instead of Outlook. If I uninstall Thunderbird then it works correctly. How do I prevent Thunderbird from taking over this function even when it’s not set as the default?

Answer:
Please check registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Clients\Mail
‘Start’ > Run > type regedit Locate this registry entry: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Clients\Mail on right side double click on ‘Default’ Enter Microsoft Outlook in ‘Value Data’

If Data = Thunderbird, then change it to Microsoft Outlook.
Name = (Default)
Type = REG_SZ
Data = Microsoft Outlook



Over-Reporting – Make sure that “Track Events Automatically Without Code” is set to OFF

This is the most common cause of the over reporting problem, so don’t ignore this step.

Open your Facebook Ads Manager top menu and look for “Events Manager”. Click on the link and click on the Pixel ID you have installed on your website.

Click on “Settings” (left side menu) and scroll down until you find an option called “Track Events Automatically Without Code”. Make sure it is turned OFF.

What “Track Events Automatically Without Code” option does?

When this option is turned ON, Facebook’s intelligent algorithm will try to “guess” what your users are doing. It will automatically associate actions to standard events, figuring out when things like add to cart or purchases occur. 

The problem is that if your Facebook Pixel already fires those events, you will end up with the same data being reported multiple times.

If you implement your Facebook Pixel with Pixel Conversion Pro that tracks all your pixel events, you must turn OFF “Track Events Automatically Without Code”. 

***Important***

Why is Facebook over-reporting purchases?

The most common cause is that you have “Track Events Automatically Without Code” turned ON. Make sure when using Pixel Conversion Pro that this setting is turned OFF for all Pixel ID’s. .

Regards,
James (Tech Support)
JDHL Technologies
P.S. your 5 star experience is our goal. Please contact our team to assist you with any concerns.

Force Browser Refresh for CSS Files, Normal Images and Background images

Here are my examples for forcing the web browser to display your most current updates for CSS Files, Normal Images and your Background images. Remember you will need to change the version numbers each time you want your new changes to be forced to everyone viewing your app or web page.

Test Code Examples:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="test.css?v=1234">
<img src="images/test.jpg?v=1234" alt="Test">
background: url(../images/test.png?v=1234);

Advanced Automated CSS:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/test.css?<?=filemtime('css/test.css');?>">

Again, just change the ?v=1234 to a new number like ?v=1235

Regards,
James (Tech Support)
JDHL Technologies
P.S. your 5 star experience is our goal. Please contact our team to assist you with any concerns.

Third Party Payment Gateway Systems

Are you using a Third Party Payment Gateway System? Sorry but we are not integrated with any third party payment systems. You can always try a third party payment system but when testing using The Facebook Pixel Helper and you don’t see the Purchase Pixel on the Thank You Page then it doesn’t work then all we can do is recommend using the Standard payment methods built into Shopify.

How to opt back into Facebook Ads

How to opt back into Facebook Ads:

  • Login to Facebook and then click on the down triangle in the upper right corner and then click on settings
  • On the left side find and click on Ads then under Ads based on data from partners click on Allowed
  • Then for Ads based on your activity on Facebook Company Products that you see elsewhere, click on Allowed

Regards,
James (Tech Support)