By: Mike Axiak
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|screen.width||The width (in pixels) of the user’s screen.|
|screen.height||The height (in pixels) of the user’s screen.|
|document.referrer||If it exists, the URL the user came from to arrive at this page. (E.g. google)|
|navigator.appVersion||Gives information about the Operating System being used. (E.g. ‘5.0 (X11; en-US)’).|
|navigator.userAgent||Gives information about the browser being used.|
You can feel free to use the above variables in any fashion to display the right ads for you.
Varying an eMiniMalls Format
Varying how Linx Highlights your page
Suppose you want to run Linx, but you don’t want it to highlight your entire page if they came to your site from within your site. For this example, we’ll suppose that we’re running a site called example.com, and it’s running Chitika | Linx. In addition, for people who are using browsing my site, I only want to highlight words inside the class called ‘entry’.
That’s it. Now anyone going to any of my pages from within my site (or directly) will only see linx highlight inside ‘entry’, which is a section of my pages. For help on generating more typical Linx code, please go to the Linx code panel.
Posted by Mike Axiak, Web Developer