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Is it possible to keep a site header (logo/navigation) in a "frame" on top of any page that is linked to?
For example: Person X clicks on an affiliate link on my website. I would like to display my website header on top in their browser as this person navigates the affiliated website? The effect of this would be somewhat like a co-brand.
This seems quite possible, but I have never seen it done. Why?
I look forward to hearing your comments
If your goal is to retain the user, why not open any link in a new window this way your website window is always opened below and the user can return to it.
[edited by: Crown_Guy at 1:55 pm (utc) on April 24, 2007]
When you frame an affiliate progaram site, that affiliate program site will be considered as 3rd party site to web-browsers ( IE, FireFox ...). And since IE 7 and lots of personal firewalls out there doesn't accept cookies from 3rd site, that will prevent the affiliate program from tracking sales/leads properly.
You will lost alot of sales because of this fault :)