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I use LI and the LP size that I use is 775 x 400.

If I wanted to use iframe (it is possible right?) and then just redirecting without action, how to I make it resize while redirecting?
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  • Profile picture of the author Dunhill
    anyone can help out?
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  • Profile picture of the author alchebank
    Most of CPA networks don't aloow using iframe and PPV networks don't like resizing popup landing page as well. Keep away from these tricks dude. lol
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    • Profile picture of the author Dunhill
      Originally Posted by asakura View Post

      Most of CPA networks don't aloow using iframe and PPV networks don't like resizing popup landing page as well. Keep away from these tricks dude. lol
      so even though offer landing page shows as 775 x 400, just stick with it?
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      • Profile picture of the author alchebank
        Originally Posted by Dunhill View Post

        so even though offer landing page shows as 775 x 400, just stick with it?
        Yeah. But you can send visitors to new window in a bigger size just add target="_blank" to a tag.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fox30
    I've learned the hard way that you must find out exactly what the networks guidelines are for contextual traffic. Communicate with the network and do as you are told.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Ppv networks frown upon auto resizing, your better off building an lp to match the size
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    • Profile picture of the author Dunhill
      Originally Posted by ChrisBa View Post

      Ppv networks frown upon auto resizing, your better off building an lp to match the size
      I always make landing page to 775 x 400. but the problem occurs when they leave landing page to offer page. Offer page is still at 775 x 400 so when the form is on right side, it doesn't show the whole form.
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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    or should i make <a href=redirect.php ..... and create another redirect.php and insert the script in there?
    I put it there.
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  • @Dunhill, the advice about networks frowning upon 'out of the ordinary tactics' such as resizing etc, is good and correct. Even what seems innocent can be considered shady so your best bet is to contact your Affiliate manager, and straight out ask him/her what the optimum size for a Popup is.

    Also, another good tip is to make out like you're on the client end, and see the popups from their eyes. You can do this buy installing a virtual machine such as VirtualBox, ( or parallels desktop if you're on a Mac ) and then install a clean version of XP or whatever, and then go out of your way to get the toolbar of your PPV network installed. Do whatever a visitor would do to end up with the Adware installed. Then you can browse the same site you would be targeting and you'll see first hand what kind of popups they would see, and what size the landers need to be.

    Once you're done, you can just wipe the Virtual Machine and your real machine stays 100% clean.
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