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Pythonimp
03-05-2009, 05:02 AM
Ok I posted a thread earlier, and I KNOW for a fact some of you coding Guru's have a solution for my problem.

Seeing as I got ZERO replies, I'm taking the desperate measure of PAYING for a solution. But only paying for a WORKING solution.

Here is the thread again:

Ok so this problem i'm having is a show stopper, I have a website built through website tonight, which some of you may be familiar with, and know that you can't access the raw code.

Well, I bought into an affiliate script "Affiliate Script Pro"
Which has been uploaded on http://jumboviews.net

Then the actual site i'm letting affiliates market is
http://jumboviews.com

The site have have to add this code to is hxxp://jumboviews*com
So, with website tonight, I can't edit the raw code, and here is the code the affiliate script provided me with to integrate paypal with them:

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://jumboviews.net/templates/js/globals.php"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://jumboviews.net/templates/js/afpro_cookie.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://jumboviews.net/templates/js/afpro_trackingform.js"></script>
That snippet above has to be in the <head> section of the site on every page, which was not a problem

the second snippet of code looks like this below


<body onload="afproDocumentLoad();">
The problem with that again, is I cannot edit the raw code of website tonight.. So how can I edit that code to fit into the body somewhere and still function properly?

And of course the 3rd step for setting up integration is setting up an IPN with Paypal, the URL looks like this

http://jumboviews.net/callbacks/callback_paypal_ipn.phpWhere it says "Jumboviews.net" in all of the code above, and in the URL, is that correct? Should I have the URL that my affiliate script is hosted on? Or should it be on the .com domain?



P.S. if I was not clear on what's wrong, please inform me, so you can better help my situation!

I hope if money is involved now, I will get a little more attention with a solution.

Looking forward to hearing from you guys.

jhaycutexp
03-05-2009, 05:58 AM
Hi chief, actually i'm not a php guru, but.. here's my side...

i've worked some scripts for my client regarding paypayl IPN.. i think this is the Instant Payment Notification.. am i right.. and have little knowledge on PDT and IPN intergration.. so just hear me out on my advice to you..

well see.. i think you should move the script on the affiliate script on the domain that you are sending the traffic into.. that will be the ".com"

so that your notify url variable will be.. somewhat like..

notifyurl=www.yourdomain/youraffiliatescript/paypal_ipn.php

so if you really want this to get done.. you can hire a paypal developer on the paypal site.. i am one of those.. but theres to many work for me today so i won't be any good to you right now..

Gjslick
03-05-2009, 08:31 AM
the second snippet of code looks like this below


<body onload="afproDocumentLoad();">
The problem with that again, is I cannot edit the raw code of website tonight.. So how can I edit that code to fit into the body somewhere and still function properly?



Lol, send $$ to my paypal asap :thumbsup:

Jk, If you want to run that piece of code that is normally in the body's onload, you can write this into your <head> section after your 3 script's that you include from jumboviews:


<script type="text/javascript" src="http://jumboviews.net/templates/js/globals.php"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://jumboviews.net/templates/js/afpro_cookie.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://jumboviews.net/templates/js/afpro_trackingform.js"></script>

<script>
window.onload = function() {
afproDocumentLoad();
}
</script>
Don't know exactly what you want to do with that paypal thing (nor do I know how to set that up). Maybe jhaycutexp can help ya out on that.