The doc for the facebook like button says , "When your Web page represents a real-world entity, things like movies, sports teams, celebrities, and restaurants, use the Open Graph protocol to specify information about the entity."
I'm adding like buttons to a blog posts/videos/articles which aren't really entities. Right? So I don't need fb:app_id or fb:admins? But then in step 2 of creating a like button is says, "Get Open Graph Tags" and when I use Linter to validate my like buttons without fb:admins and fb:app_id I get a "fb:admins and fb:app_id tags are missing."
If it turns out that I need fb:admins and fb:app_id tags do I need to have a Facebook like page to find them?
Also is it fb:admins AND fb:app_id or fb:admins OR fb:app_id, I can't tell if I need both or not.
And in the graph.facebook/somepage it gives an id, but what id is that? For example:
How to get fb:app_id for facebook meta