I am ex-user "Fix" and came back with a new username cause I couldn't remember what email addy you got on file when I requested my password reminder to be sent.
Well, I love this forum and am a fanatic user of Activ e-Book, wanting to find a chance to say thank you for re-issuing a new serial number cause hard-disk crashed - excellent service, hohohoho, love that.
Now I am an ecstatic user of HYPrLock - and when I say ecstatic let me tell you that I just had my first attempt to use this excellent piece of software that delivers passwords via PayPal (and CB) - automatically.
Well, I made my first "quickie test" and it was successful with CB. Hands clapping, ohohoho, I've successfully triggered the lockey beast inside my test ebook. Easy done, easy go. That was fast.
Now I have some questions...
I want to track sales for affiliates by placing an img tag in the gpsThanks page - that wouldn't cause any problems (or havocs) with prospect viewing the page as he should, correct?
Next question... Can I test the HYPrLock system using PayPal's sandbox?
If you look at the HYPrLock pages gpsthanks.htm and gpsOrder.htm you will see that they are both encrypted and can not be easily modified.
I have no way to test what would happen if you added an image to gpsthanks.htm but at the bottom of the encrypted code is the following HTML tags </script></head><body></body></html>. You could try adding a small image between the <body> and the </body> tags and see what happens. It should end up looking something like..</script></head><body> <img src="http://goldpanner.com/images/pixle.gif"> </body></html>
All you can do is give this idea a test and see what happens. If gpsthanks.htm keeps working properly then I guess you have succeeded.
The gpsOrder.htm page is also encrypted so you can not alter the default address from paypal.com to sandbox.paypal.com unless you design your own Order page.
This should not be require however, because the HYPrLock system contains it's own testing feature. If you change the IDpaypal Activ variable from your own PayPal ID to
1) firstname.lastname@example.org ( test a payment made)
2) email@example.com ( to test a payment cancel )
**The instructions are included with the program.
Don't forget to replace these values with your own PayPal ID after testing.
I will try it later on anyway, just thought why not ask here since I pop from time to time. Am almost sure it won't cause a problem and cookie should be accepted ok, but still I have to make that test, easy so.
Great job Ron with HYPrLock plus the tutorial are very helpful. Thanks a bunch.
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