Archive for the 'JavaScript Tips' Category

Top Text Bar for Your Pages

Saturday, July 12th, 2008

People are using so many toolbars with their browsers… They read accustomed notifications showed by the toolbars. So more and more marketers begin using their ads look similar to the top bar notifications.


If you’d like to try this kind of text bar ( popup / “fly-in” ) with your ad / offer, this script will help you.
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How to Make a 2-Steps Opt-In form

Friday, March 28th, 2008

If you like the KISS principle you may want to have short opt-in forms on your pages. But what if you need to capture more details then just name and email?… How to not scare prospects with a big form like this:

Name:
Email:
Street:
City:
State:
Zip:

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Verify Emails Before Sending Opt-In Form to Your Autoresponder

Sunday, December 23rd, 2007

How often prospects submit your form without filling the fields Or enter abracadabra instead of their email address?… You autoresponder certainly rejects this form, but the prospect will see an error message.
Why confuse them when you can prompt to enter a real email before submitting the opt-in form. It’s possible with a simple javascript code.

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Edit Existent Pop-In Window with the Pop-In-Builder

Thursday, December 6th, 2007

The Pop-In-Builder allows now to upload existent Pop-In windows and edit them instead of creation a window from zero.
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Exit Popup is now allowed in the Pop-In-Builder

Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

You may have used the Pop-In-Builder online application to create unblockable popups for free. Popular Exit Popup feature is now available.

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Overlay windows and images

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007

Pop up windows are still effective ways to get subscribers, especially in niche markets. Creating popups on your website is as easy as pie.

Pop-up windows are great tools to have in your marketing arsenal since they are so effective and inexpensive to implement. Pop-ups can be used to bring attention to sales/promotions, recover abandoned shopping carts, generate leads/email newsletter subscribers and much more.

The common argument you’ll hear executives and designers make is that most people block pop-up windows. But the modern overlay (pop-in) windows are not blocked as they are a part of the web-pages.

The most spectacular and popular scripts are “LightBox” and “GreyBox”.

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How To Protect your AutoResponse Plus web-form from spam-bots

Tuesday, May 1st, 2007
modified at June 28, 2007

AutoResponse PlusWhen you use AutoResponse Plus you can’t change the form-processing script to incorporate anti-spam features described earlier (How to protect a Contact-Form from Form-Spam bots).
And what now?

Fortunately the AutoResponse Plus (ARP3) supports mandatory fields. So we are able to use some JavaScript tricks to prevent ARP3 accepts forms from spam-bots.

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How to Grab Readers Attention with The KeyWords They have Googled

Friday, February 9th, 2007

The first-moment objective of your Sales Letter is to grab the reader’s attention. The headline tells him what the sales letter is about. The sub-headline is optional. Sometimes it’s used to expand the headline. A high attractive sub-headline helps to catch the reader’s eye.

Let’s suppose you keep search in Google™ by a keyword. What would you look for at a page opened with a searched link? The KeyWord you entered in the search-line. Right?
Place the reader’s KeyWords in your sub-headline to increase chances of your sales letter to be read.

This post helps you to extract the KeyWords and push it into your page.
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How to protect a Contact-Form from Form-Spam bots

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

When you have a Contact-Form on your site, you are having problems with spam submissions to the form. Unfortunately, spammers have programs that find forms on the web, and automatically fill them out with spam messages.

The standard way out is the use of captchas. However, there are bots, that can recognize simple captchas in a second. Let’s review ideas of Form-Spam bots blocking without captchas.

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Normalize Their Names In A Web-Form

Friday, November 10th, 2006

When people input their names the data goes in the same format to the Data Base, and I have to correct each time manually.

I will explain you what I would like with examples:
  If the name input is: “RAUL”, I need it transformed to: “Raul”
  If the name input is: “RAúL”, I need it transformed to: “Raúl”
  If the name input is: “raúl”, I need it transformed to: “Raúl”
  If the name input is: “rAUl”, I need it transformed to: “Raul”
  If the name input is: “raUL”, I need it transformed to: “Raul”

… from correspondence

Some of autoresponders can capitalize the first letter of names, another can’t. You can force this with any autoresponder and opt-in / squeeze forms.

This simple JavaScript code allows you to normalize the format of names before your web-form is sent to a server.

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