The Pixel page allows you to place a single pixel on the offer confirmation page and allows your affiliates to place their tracking pixels on the page in real time within their affiliate account in the Affiliate Center. To better understand pixels, you should know the following:
There are four pixel types. They are as follows:
The following example shows what a <noscript> pixel looks like:
<noscript><img src="http://www.domain.com/pixel.aspx" height="1" width="1"></noscript>
An image pixel is a pixel URL delivered to the confirmation page using an HTML image tag. When copying pixels into the PixVantage textbox, make sure you replace all single quotes (') with double quotes ("). The following is an example of an image pixel:
<img src="http://www.domain.com/pixel.aspx" height="1" width="1">
<iFrame scr="http://www.domain.com/pixel.aspx" ></iFrame>
A ServerSide pixel is a pixel URL executed by LinkTrust instead of from the confirmation page. A ServerSide pixel is just a URL that should be executed with each conversion. An affiliate should provide this link to you. The following example shows a ServerSide pixel:
The following table identifies pixel compliance:
This feature works when you have a LinkTrust Java Script confirmation pixel placed on the confirmation page. This code placed in the open text box is pulled down to the confirmation page for all successful transaction. If you have additional code for a specific affiliate, it is recommended you place that code in the pixel section of the affiliate’s details. The additional code added will only be pulled to the confirmation page when the affiliate is responsible for the successful transaction.
You can also allow affiliates to manage their own code from the affiliate center.
From the Confirmation Page Pixel Type drop-down field, select the pixel type.
*Note: You can see the script displayed in blue to the right of the Confirmation Page Pixel Type drop-down field.
*Note: For a list of tokens available, select Tokens.