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    Linkshare Links Mess Up my Pages
    Why do LS make their links to totally destroy webs pages, especially CSS is beyond me????

    What is happening is the way they code links makes those links expand the whole page and not break when the browser window wants it to. I'm sure many others must be experiencing this issue but if you still use tables for your layouts then it might not be so bad. I can even see these links expanding the LS affiliate interface so I have to scroll (width). This is pathetic and they seem too lazy to even fix this such basic thing. Oh my gosh, their programers must be still learning coding techniques the rest of us completed in the mid 90's???

    PLEASE FIX THIS LS because I can't place your merchants in your program on my showcase random linking which is where I get most of my sales from.

    I really want to promote these merchants on this network which I'm joined up with but until LS can take some action on their part then all their competitors on CJ etc are they ones I'm making sales for.


    HERE IS THE PROOF

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    I have this problem with LS links on my site. What I do is replace the (&nbsp with 'space'. I think it has either something to do with LS wanting to be w3c compliant or is a leftover from the 'tables only' web of the '90s.

    http://www.sightspecific.com/~mosh/WWW_FAQ/nbsp.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by simcat
    I have this problem with LS links on my site. What I do is replace the (&nbsp with 'space'. I think it has either something to do with LS wanting to be w3c compliant or is a leftover from the 'tables only' web of the '90s.

    http://www.sightspecific.com/~mosh/WWW_FAQ/nbsp.html

    I'm glad to see someone has quickly put their hand up as well. Sadly using a space does not seem to fix this as it's in their link code that is the problem for me and my cms actually deletes all the (&nbsp) anyway & replaces it with a space that is in the test content. it's the link code they use that is screwing my code up. (URL)
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