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June 25, 2013 at 8:29 am in reply to: Is the PDF Stamper plugin possible to use on MOV files? #54814
Thanks for the response guys. One other question. If I was to just stamp the first page only, would that also be too much processing for the host service to handle?
DougJune 25, 2013 at 12:26 am in reply to: Is the PDF Stamper plugin possible to use on MOV files? #54812
I have finished converting my videos into a 12 page PDF file with the lesson movies embedded into the file. While the page count is small the file size is quite large, coming in at 1.7 GB. Can the stamper handle that large a file? I have run the Minimum Requirement Checker plugin on my site, and need to upload the Ion Cube Decoder but everything else looks fine with my current PHP Memory limit at 256. Once the Ion Cube Decoder is installed will I have success? Payment will be via PayPal using a button on my site.
Thanks in advance!
DougApril 18, 2013 at 4:26 pm in reply to: Is the PDF Stamper plugin possible to use on MOV files? #54810
Thanks Peter for the information.
Two other questions:
(1) I am looking at making my ebook using iBooks Author. When finished I have the option to export the book as a PDF. Will the PDF format the iBooks software makes, fit the PDF requirements to be stamped by your PDF Stamper?
(2) The PDF file I’ll be creating will have video files embedded into it. Will the PDF Stamper still be able to stamp those files?
DougMarch 10, 2013 at 3:59 am in reply to: WP Affiliate Platform – Affiliates under certain tabs cause changes in sidebar #54220
Thanks for the info. I did a fresh install and the update seemed to have fixed the three problems but introduced a new one. The sidebar shifting on the Referral tab is fixed as are the font changes that occur when an affiliate user click on the Payment History and Ads tabs. But with the corrections, the Sales tab now takes on the font change. I can live with this but it might be something to try and fix in the future. Thanks again!
DougMarch 6, 2013 at 5:44 pm in reply to: WP Affiliate Platform – Affiliates under certain tabs cause changes in sidebar #54218
On a side note, the page may be loading slow today due to a server issue but that is independent of the issues above; thanks!
DougMarch 6, 2013 at 5:30 pm in reply to: WP Affiliate Platform – Affiliates under certain tabs cause changes in sidebar #54217
Here is the affiliate sign up page – [http://www.underwaterlightroom.com/affiliate]
Here is the username and password of the test affiliate:
As stated, the plugin shifts my sidebar below the affiliate stat box when I click on the Referral link, and it changes the sidebar text font when someone click on both the Payment History and Ads tab.
Thanks for having a look!
DougMarch 5, 2013 at 6:54 am in reply to: Receiving errors while attempting to update settings in WP Affiliate #54062
Thanks for the response. I was able to load the plugin even with the warning signs.
BestMarch 5, 2013 at 5:30 am in reply to: Hide the Affiliate ID from the URL after the visitor lands on the landing page #24471
Thanks! One last question in regards to masquerading the id in the URL address. Is there a place in the plugin management where I can make sure the “ap_id=affiliate name” is not viewed and registered by google bots to ensure a potential buyer of my product doesn’t search Google for example, and find page that may rank higher than my homepage, causing that person to click on that search result, buy my product and give my affiliate a payout when one was clearly not earned? Or is this something I need to override with some code on my own?
Thanks!March 5, 2013 at 12:21 am in reply to: Hide the Affiliate ID from the URL after the visitor lands on the landing page #24469
Hi, I’m trying to also hide the Affiliate ID from the URL after the visitor lands on my landing page. Your initial post from 2 years ago states the following:
Say for example your landing page URL is the following:
The affiliate URL for this page will look like the following:
Now, if you want to hide the “?ap_id=xyz” portion from the URL after the visitor lands on the page then do the following:
1) Open the “wp_aff_advanced_configs.php” file (this file is in the “wp-affiliate-platform” plugin folder) and search for the following line:
2) Once you find it simply it with the following line:
That should do the trick.
Is this still the recommended course of action? And will the affiliate still get credit for the sale even though their id is not visible in the URL address?