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    Mouseover code giving parse errors.
    I hope one of you all can help me with this.

    I just started with CJ, and when I cut and paste the text link code into my website, I'm getting a parse error. I use osCommerce for this site. If I remove the onmouseover/offmouseover code, the parse error goes away (I'm wanting to disguise the affiliate link).

    Will this code, as CJ has it written, not work on a pHp site? Should I be using something different?

    Sorry for what's probably a stupid question. I don't know enough about how pHp works to figure out what the problem is on my own. Thanks for any help.

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    I think you may need to add a / in front of every " or is it a \ in front of every "

    one of the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HardwareGeek
    I think you may need to add a / in front of every " or is it a \ in front of every "

    one of the two.
    Yep, it's a \ that goes before '. I didn't know I'd still need to do that with links, but it looks like it worked perfectly. Thank you so much, HG!

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    MasterMike HardwareGeek's Avatar
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    cool glad it worked. and I will remember its a forward slash

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