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HELP! CPA-Redirector & Adding Offer Banners

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by its2die4, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. its2die4

    its2die4 Regular Member

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    Hi I'm using WP FlexSqueeze theme and have installed the CPA-Redirector from here:
    HTML:
    http://www.contentgeneration.org/how-to-fake-a-browser-referrer-for-blackhat-cpa/
    Now I'm trying to place advertiser banners for my affiliate offers on the right side of my blog page (its called the left sidebar but its really on the right of my content page). To do this i thought I would place the necessary code provided to me by my affiliate network into that "Text" Widget... code similar similar to this:

    <a href="affiliate url"><img src="banner image url" alt="some name" /></a>

    Assuming that the above works (and pleas tell me if i'm way off base on the above) and if my affiliate offer banner(s) do display as they should on the right side of my blog I am lost as to how the CPA-Redirector works in conjunction with all of this in order to ensure that the browser referrer is hidden?! Anyone? I sure would appreciate it bigtime!
     
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    anyone pls?
     
  3. sm00th

    sm00th Junior Member

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    to use with cpa-r, install it on the blog u want to be the spoofed site and put the aff link for the post and pick a magic number for it (ex:1234)

    then pop it in the code
    <a href="http://goodsite.com/?mn=1234"><img src="banner image url" alt="some name" /></a>

    as for the positioning for the ad... if the text widget aint working try hard coding it while the sidebar is active...

    dont add the text widget

    open prolly sidebar-left.php?

    mines look like this
    Code:
    <?php global $wp_theme_options; ?>
    <div class="w180- left sidebar">
    
    <?php if ( !function_exists('dynamic_sidebar') || !dynamic_sidebar('Skinny Left Sidebar') ) : ?>
    <?php if ($wp_theme_options['identify_widget_areas'] == 'yes') : ?>
        <div class="widget">
        <h4>This is a Widget Section</h4>
        <p>This section is widgetized. If you would like to add content to this section, you may do so by using the Widgets panel from within your WordPress Admin Dashboard. This Widget Section is called "Skinny Left Sidebar"</p>
        </div>
    <?php endif; endif; ?>
    </div>
    
    pop it in here



    Code:
    <?php global $wp_theme_options; ?>
    <div class="w180- left sidebar">
    
    <?php if ( !function_exists('dynamic_sidebar') || !dynamic_sidebar('Skinny Left Sidebar') ) : ?>
    <?php if ($wp_theme_options['identify_widget_areas'] == 'yes') : ?>
        <div class="widget">
    
    
    [SIZE=4][B]<a href="http://goodsite.com/?mn=1234"><img src="banner image url" alt="some name" /></a>[/B][/SIZE]
    
    
        <h4>This is a Widget Section</h4>
        <p>This section is widgetized. If you would like to add content to this section, you may do so by using the Widgets panel from within your WordPress Admin Dashboard. This Widget Section is called "Skinny Left Sidebar"</p>
        </div>
    <?php endif; endif; ?>
    </div>
    
    and see what happens...

    btw i know this is sloppy but i just LEFT the SIDE BAR:p ... but i did jus leave the bar lol