Monthly Archive: August 2012

Resizing images and adjusting landing pages based on screen resolution 0

Resizing images and adjusting landing pages based on screen resolution

So many browsers so many different screen resolutions. Here’s a way to modify html code based on the screen resolution of the browser. In this example I have changed an image but there is no reason why you cant change text, font size or even use it to redirect users who have mobile sized screens. <SCRIPT> <!– if ((screen.width>=1280) && (screen.height>=720)) { document.write(“<img src=\”images/pic.png\” />”); } else { document.write(“<img src=\”images/picsmall.png\”...

Loading a conversion pixel on click through 0

Loading a conversion pixel on click through

Mobile campaign optimisation throws up a number of issues in regard to tracking. One thing I’ve found really useful is to load a conversion pixel on click through from the landing page to the offer page. This can be a traffic source pixel which can then be used to give some indication of site/device/carrier quality etc. It’ll be tracking click throughs rather than conversions so it’s not perfect but it...

iframe to a specific div id on a landing page 0

iframe to a specific div id on a landing page

Below is the code to iframe an offer page but cut out all the stuff you don’t need. This is useful if you just want to iframe the form while using your own images etc. This is setup so you just enter the url and div id you want to jump to at the top of the php page. The height and width of the iframe can be adjusted further...

Mobile Multivariate Testing with SubID’s 0

Mobile Multivariate Testing with SubID’s

Due to slow page load speeds it is advised to keep tracking software to minimum when running mobile campaigns. This caused me a problem when trying to develop and optimise a mobile landing page. Because I wasn’t using prosper or any other tracking software I couldn’t plug in my custom multivariate testing scripts. I was direct linking straight to Neverblue’s platform which has multiple subid’s. I decided the best way...