Hey guys, I recently ran into a problem with the iframe that an affiliate network was offering. This was for a CC submit and had two steps. The first step was First Name/Last Name/Email. Once submitted, the second step was the CC submit. My problem was that the form for the first step was too wide. So, I was thinking about solutions. First, let me tell you how the network's form works. For the sake of explaining, the URL for page 1 of the form is hxxp://affnetwork.com/iframe. When you go to this URL, a form is displayed asking for name/email. When submitted, this form posts to the exact same URL (hxxp://affnetwork.com/iframe). When the page detects a post, it presumably stores the posted information and displays the second step. What I was thinking of doing was creating my own form that asks for First Name/Last Name/Email using the same input field names, etc. When a user submits their information on my form, it posts the information to the page that the network's form would post to (hxxp://affnetwork.com/iframe). The only hole in this is that it would never be tracked to my affiliate screenname, but I believe if I load my affiliate link in a 1x1 pixel iframe, it will track properly. I am currently running this by my AM to make sure it's ok. I wanted to post this here, and see if anybody can foresee a problem. If not, this may help people who want to improve on the design of a two step iframe.