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rebrandable activ variable of type 'Long HTML'


 
tolifiers Can some on ehelp with this small challenge

we want to do the following:

add this in a
rebrandable activ variable of type 'Long HTML'

to our activ ebook compiler ebook

ie we wish to add this code
to our ebook in the rebrandable section

<iframe src=http://1stpromotion.com/cbm2.php?webmaster=theo160
height="165" width="300" scrolling="auto" marginwidth="0" frameborder="0" ></iframe> Theo Olifiershttp://1stpromotion.com/cbm2.php?webmaster=theo160tolifiers@xtra.co.nz Your ClickBank Integrated Income Solution Associate


This should bring up a search tool box
for doing a clickbank search.


how do we impliment this into our ebook ?
so the toolbar shows up ?

You can e-mail me at the office
tolifiers@stephensonturner.com

look forward to any ideas

regards Theo


Posted on: 7:59 pm on November 25, 2003
EBookCompiler I don't think that I understood your question

Do you want the whole search form to be rebrandable (i.e. it can be replaced by something else entirely) or just the parameters to the search form (I'm guessing theo160 )

If the whole form...

Where the block of HTML goes, insert something like
[={searchform}]

Enable the preprocessor for that HTML file

Create an activ variable called searchform containing the HTML code


If just the parameter...

Put the block of HTML in the HTML file as normal, except where the parameter (e.g. theo160) goes insert say [={param}] . and don't forget to replace all occurances of the parameter

Enable the preprocessor for that HTML file

Create an activ variable called param containing the default parameter value, e.g. theo160


Posted on: 10:18 pm on November 27, 2003

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