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the partner code in Custom Code?

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cregt

The instructs in admin for affiliate code are quite baffling. Says: =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= If you are a PageLines Partner enter your custom link here and the footer link will become a partner or affiliate link. (Do not include HTML) =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Says to put "custom link" and then its says to not use html. Is not a "custom link" Html? Is not "any link" Html? All I see logged in to the affil area is html links? PageLines If I only put in the 4 dig number, the link goes to http://commercial-real-estate-tucson.com/blog/category/net-lease-financing/3873 Confusing... Al Guevara

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cmunns

Bryan is exactly right. You can take any banner or text link from SAS and just grab what comes between the quotes after these letter ...href

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cmunns

Where did you get these partner links? We have yet to actually announce/activate the affiliate program through Launchpad..

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cregt

From your/my affil acct? You can use the following text links to advertise our website: PageLines HTML code: PageLines

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cmunns

I honestly have no idea if the system is active yet. I would stick with ShareASale for now.

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Sourena

On PlatformPro I entered my ShareASale affiliate link in the "Enter Partner Link" textbox and saved it. But when I click on the logo it takes me to the "Edit Page" in Admin! What might be the problem?


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Web Development & Design for Right-to-Left languages

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cmunns

That is the default action when you are logged in. Try logging out and seeing if it works.

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Sourena

Ok. I didn't know that. Thanks.


alefba.us

Web Development & Design for Right-to-Left languages

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