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    Help with Link please
    Hi guys.. I know you can still use legacy links but if i wish to use the javalinks ive found its a little messed up..

    I go in to grab links and instead of their being one field/box where the code is and i copy and paste that into my html it now has 2 fields


    Image URL http://www.domainhere.com/advertiserimage.gif


    Code: script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="http://www.**************/a4111pC8y-14B801ENUVVUUV?target=_blank&mouseover=Y">
    Well i have no clue how to get this image to show up and be clickable in my html now.. before i would just grab the code from the box and paste in and im done.. now its all seperated.. i phoned cj.. they said just put the code together.. so i tried that and still doesnt show the image..

    what should i be doing???? so peed off about this whole java crap

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    I guess the reason you couldn't see the image is because you "preview" it instead of publishing it to live. I had the same trouble and that's the main reason I hate JS link.

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    Yes - you have to publish the page and view it online from your server before you know what you have.

    That's realy great isn't it.

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    Damn thats bad...

    But question is.. did I have it in the right format in my html?

    I had it between the BODY TAGS with no other code so like


    http://www.domainhere.com/advertiserimage.gif
    script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="http://www.**************/a4111pC8y-14B801ENUVVUUV?target=_blank&mouseover=Y">

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morethanable
    Damn thats bad...

    But question is.. did I have it in the right format in my html?

    I had it between the BODY TAGS with no other code so like


    http://www.domainhere.com/advertiserimage.gif
    script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="http://www.**************/a4111pC8y-14B801ENUVVUUV?target=_blank&mouseover=Y">
    The code itself should be the right format. But you need to actually publish it to see if it is right on your page. That is a big waste of time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by atonca
    The code itself should be the right format. But you need to actually publish it to see if it is right on your page. That is a big waste of time...
    Yeah i hate that.. Cj said you dont have to use these java ones you can keep using the legacy ones for now.. they have not set a date that everything must be changed over.. according to the rep on the phone..

    so are you guys changing it over?

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    No, I don't. That's tooooooo much work.

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