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    Life is Supposed to be Fun! Rexanne's Avatar
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    Html???
    Trying to pop a shop into my site and the "HTML" option is gone. Is it me?
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    Rexanne - I'm seeing the html option just under the Blogger option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msladybug
    Rexanne - I'm seeing the html option just under the Blogger option.
    Thank you! Maybe it's just me or the site is loading like tar crawling up a wall as usual. LOL
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    Akkkkkk no, it's not in my drop down menu at all. Mine stops at Blogger.

    Hopefully one of the PS team will drop in and esplain.
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    I also see it in the drop-down under "Blogger".

    Rexanne - since the HTML code is not dynamic, how do you handle price changes? Don't you have to keep manually updating your shops, which sort of defeats much of the benefit of PS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AffiliateHound
    I also see it in the drop-down under "Blogger".
    I'm probably being punished for something. LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by AffiliateHound
    Rexanne - since the HTML code is not dynamic, how do you handle price changes? Don't you have to keep manually updating your shops, which sort of defeats much of the benefit of PS?
    Yep. It's a huge PITA but I much prefer being able to see what I'm uploading and be able to change things around. Many other reasons, too but I'm wondering if the biggest reason I don't like javascript (a lot of visitors aren't able to see it) is gonna continue to win out over the convenience factor one of these days soon. Time is becoming a commodity ... might have to reconsider things.
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    Rexanne,
    I know why you are not seeing it. I'm going to email you privately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexanne
    I'm probably being punished for something. LOL
    Quote Originally Posted by JessieJ
    I know why you are not seeing it. I'm going to email you privately.
    Sounds like it, Rexanne. Naughty naughty!
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    I just went into Google Analytics and looked at one of my older affiliate stores (pet related) and checked the stats. Over the past two years:

    * 99.15% were JavaScript enabled
    * 60% used IE (with 50% of those IE 7 and 49% IE 6)
    * 31% were FireFox

    I don't tend to worry as much about those who are not JS enabled. They will often have trouble converting anyway. Lots of merchants use JS in their user experience, their shopping cart, etc.

    Anyway, it just made me curious. One site's stats isn't much of a sample :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessieJ
    I just went into Google Analytics and looked at one of my older affiliate stores (pet related) and checked the stats. Over the past two years:

    * 99.15% were JavaScript enabled
    * 60% used IE (with 50% of those IE 7 and 49% IE 6)
    * 31% were FireFox

    I don't tend to worry as much about those who are not JS enabled. They will often have trouble converting anyway. Lots of merchants use JS in their user experience, their shopping cart, etc.

    Anyway, it just made me curious. One site's stats isn't much of a sample :-)

    Jessie
    Good information to know. Thanks Jessie! I think I'm gonna have to start taking advantage of the dynamic stuff more - updating pages that can be automated is jut stupid and a waste of valuable time.

    *converting*
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    I used javascript for a year and when I switched to html I saw a HUGE jump in visitors from search engines. I know it's a PITA to use html, but the increase in sales is worth it Unfortunately can't use PHP on the website I'm using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b1791
    I used javascript for a year and when I switched to html I saw a HUGE jump in visitors from search engines. I know it's a PITA to use html, but the increase in sales is worth it

    Beth
    Wow thanks Beth! Think I'll stick with the extra work and keep using the HTML feature. There are other problems with the HTMl code, too but if my visitors can't see what's on the page or the SEs can't see the text, JS is a convenience I don't need.
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