Iâ€™m aware e-junkie doesnâ€™t supply ad banners images for merchants for their affiliates to put on their website to promote their products. e-junkie only provides text links/promotion codes.
If I had created my website with a template provided by my web hosting site, how do I replace the part Click here to view more details of the affiliate promotion code (below) with an image/ad banner instead so the when a visitor clicks on the image on my affiliates website it would take them directly to my website.
<a href="https://www.e-junkie.com/ecom/gb.php?cl=XXXXXX&c=ib&aff=YYYYYY" target="ejejcsingle">Click here to view more details</a>
Because I used a template to build my site, this means I donâ€™t have the flexibility of working with a web designer software like word press and others and this is why e-junkie is essential as I wouldnâ€™t be able to install an in house affiliate program, I can only upload scripts files that are flash or java or HTML files on my website in the web page designer and thatâ€™s how I managed to add e-junkie's â€˜add to cartâ€™ buttons on my website.
When I upload an image on my site with Go-daddy's website designer, the image path shows something like this:-
<img alt="" uid="7fd " mainsrc="http://app6.websitetonight.com/projects/1/images/.png" wstxclass="Image" />
I noticed unlike when using word press the image path doesn't have my website address in it, the path is http://app6.websitetonight.com, which is one of goddayâ€™s sub domain. replacing it with my website address just makes the image disappear entirely so that doesn't work, which means i cant link the image on my site to the promotion code.
How do I get around this issue or if anyone has any other suggestions it would be greatly appreciated.