Prosper 202 - How do I attach a PHP Redirect To Wordpress?

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I just installed Prosper 202 and I need to attach my outbound PHP redirect codes they've given me.

I have 2 outbound php codes I need to attach, because I have 2 offers on one lander. How do I do that? Where do I put those PHP files on my server? Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author JimmyD
    I just installed Prosper 202 and I need to attach my outbound PHP redirect codes they've given me.

    I have 2 outbound php codes I need to attach, because I have 2 offers on one lander. How do I do that? Where do I put those PHP files on my server? Thanks
    Bit more info required: please paste one of the links you've been given, xxx out the web addresses first though for your privacy. You will probably be able to do this with Link Hopper or similar WP plugin.
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  • Profile picture of the author stianris
    Put them anywhere on your server mate, and just use the full URL as a link

    i.e
    domain.com/offers/offerfile1.php
    domain.com/offers/offerfile2.php

    Then just link from your page to those URLs. What you put in these files is of course what Prosper202 gives you. Makes sense?

    Stian
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    • Profile picture of the author furic
      @stianris Hi. This doesn't fully answer @mraffiliate88's question though.

      The other part of the tracking link is the Javascript code that needs to be placed "just before the </body> tag". When you go to try and edit the .php Templates in WP, they have a note saying ~"if you change this file, changes will be lost in an upgrade. Use "php widgets"" So, the question is which widget to use and which location to put it. Or, more broadly, what's a PHP Widget? Is there such a thing or is it just a text widget that you stick PHP code into? Either way, I think we still need to know which location to put the widget so that it ends up in the <body> tag.

      The reason I point this out the partial answer is because I was looking for an answer to the same question and found this post; not to be cranky. :-)

      Anyway, I'll keep looking and post here if I find the answer. Otherwise, does anyone else know?

      Thanks in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    @furic,

    during upgrades the only folder that you do NOT overwrite is the wp-content/ folder where all your themes and plugins and uploads live.

    So, I don't really understand your question.

    Furthermore, normal WP users edit the theme files on their computer in a plain text editor, never using the online theme editor. The online thing doesn't have UNDO button...
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    • Profile picture of the author furic
      @Istvan... regardless of how you do it, the files that you *would* edit begin with a note saying *NOT* to edit them due to the fact that they'll be changed with an upgrade. Make sense?
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      • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
        Originally Posted by furic View Post

        Make sense?
        Not really...

        Are we talking about editing theme template files or something else?

        Is this "NO EDIT" notice specific to your theme or... where do you see it?

        If the theme itself goes through "upgrades" - i.e. you need to upload newer and newer versions of it, than it would make sense.
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