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Russ Brown

1 Year Ago

Page Sponsorship

I'd like to take advantage of the Page Sponsorship feature by adding the link to me personal website, however (forgive me if I'm a bit slow here) my website was created with Apple's i-Web software, which as far as I know, doesn't allow for the html code to be entered directly.
I can paste the complete link into a caption, however it looks ugly and I don't know if it will have the same effect for sponsorship.
(This also applies to putting the affiliate logo on my page)
Can someone point me in the right direction?
Thanks.
Russ Brown

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Janine Riley

1 Year Ago

Bumping this up for you - now that the game is over

 

Russ Brown

1 Year Ago

Ok, an update. I've done some research and found the "Add HTML Snippet" widget in iWeb and I've added the code to a page on my site, however when I submit the page adddress to FFA, it says that the link cannot be found. It certainly appears when I view the page and the link works, taking me to the FAA page in question.
Any suggestions?

 

Loree Johnson

1 Year Ago

Is your website actually published and hosted on the internet? Or is it just on your computer? Also, if it's password protected or otherwise not available to the general public, it won't work.

 

Jeff Kolker

1 Year Ago

It would help if you posted a link to your website, and more specifically the page with the links. Hard to determine the problem when we can't see it.

 

Russ Brown

1 Year Ago

Sorry, yes it's online - www.russbrownart.com
The initial test link is in the about/contact page - http://www.russbrownart.com/Russ_Brown_Digital_Art/About___Contact.html
(It's at the bottom in blue - a little hard to see, but if I can get it working properly, I'll set about trying to make it more visible!)

 

Jeff Kolker

1 Year Ago

I see the link, but when I look at the source code, it isn't. The software appears to be doing something a bit strange using some kind of javascript to add the code to the page. If that is the case, then it will not work for you.

 

Russ Brown

1 Year Ago

Ok. Thanks for your help, Jeff. I'll have to try something else.

 

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