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    Question What does a CJ cookie look like?
    i am testing to see if a cookie is being saved from my site's IFrame. I delete the cookie, and it comes back and say the username and cuc.thedomain[1].txt. Is the CUC Commission Junction?

    Also, does anyone know if IFrames disallowed for any reason? Thank you for any help.

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    You will have a cookie set that will have - a p m e b f - plus some other stuff. (cj)

    Another cookie will have - qksrv - plus some other stuff. (cj)

    You should also see some cookies set by the merchants site too (usually).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurgerBoy
    You will have a cookie set that will have - a p m e b f - plus some other stuff. (cj)

    Another cookie will have - qksrv - plus some other stuff. (cj)

    You should also see some cookies set by the merchants site too (usually).
    I deleted everything (I moved it). And the cookies directory was blank. I loaded the page and about five different cookies showed up. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyWebAffiliate
    does anyone know if IFrames disallowed for any reason?
    Check the network and merchant's terms of service. You can likely get into trouble using iframes because it's a very common technique used by cookie stuffers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donuts
    Check the network and merchant's terms of service. You can likely get into trouble using iframes because it's a very common technique used by cookie stuffers.
    Just for completeness (not to create too many threads). I have deleted the IFrames. Yesterday was the first time I had heard of "cookie stuffing" and saw other affiliate pages that had IFrames. They have been removed. Thanks for the help.

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