then have it where I can set a link based upon that cookie existing:
if $cookie[‘hop’] == true, link = clickbank checkout link
link = paypal checkout code
That way, if someone finds my site any other way than a clickbank affiliate, it would checkout with Paypal saving me some money since Clickbanks rates are much, much higher… then if it is a clickbank affiliate referral, it would go ahead and use my clickbank checkout url, so that way the affiliate gets their commission…
Anyone know of a Plugin that does that simple task?
I created a PHP File and then have the main index.php include it once… it checks the query string and sets a cookie for it and a global variable of that value…
then I installed a Plugin that allows PHP in posts/pages…
now I can just put in the information I want based upon the global field being populated or not. I tested it and it works.
I did it in the include file because that way if there is an update toe wordpress and it deletes the include_once command, I can just go add that and it will fix it again. I wish I knew how to make it a plugin so it automatically added it to the top of the file… (I had to set it at the top because to set a cookie if it is not at the top and something already printed, then I get header errors)
Anyhow, I just wanted to say that I figured it out now.
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