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SEO Expert Blog:
Creating Amazon Ads that Rock with jQuery and PHP
August 07, 2007 @ 10:16:00

From the SEO Expert Blog, there's a new tutorial focusing on making "Amazon ads that rock" by combining jQuery and PHP.

Are you sick of annoying ads that take up large parts of the screen, pop up, under or anywhere else, move around, blink and flash? You want to learn how to create ads that rock with a few lines of simple JavaScript and PHP code? Then let me show you how.

He shows his method for the creation of his unobtrusive ads with the advertising content that Amazon has to offer. The process is broken up into four steps:

  • The Data Structure - an array of arrays with the Amazon information for the items (in this case books)
  • Converting the PHP Array to JavaScript - using a Drupal module to assign the PHP array to a Javascript variable
  • The HTML Output - a function that outputs a "block" of ads
  • The JavaScript - the jQuery Javascript code to handle the clicks on each of the links.

You can see it in action at the top of the right sidebar on the SEO Expert website.

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