iFrame Instructions

To learn more about the Search ‘N Save database for bloggers, please refer to the subscription page.

On this page, you’ll find instructions for:

Getting Started

1. Register for a subscriber account at Table for 7 Media.

2. Visit the subscription page to choose your subscription level. Complete the signup process through Paypal.

3. Please send us an email with the email address you registered (and your Paypal email address if it’s different) AND your website address so that we can quickly match your payment with your account and activate your subscription.

4. All subscriptions will be activated within 24 hours, likely much sooner. At that time, you will receive an email confirming that your account has been activated.

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Accessing the Dashboard

Once your account has been activated, you will need to login at http://tablefor7media.com/wp-login.php to access your dashboard and reset your links.

1. Log in to the dashboard.

2. Scroll down to the Coupons section and click on Subscription Dashboard.

3. Enter your blog address in the top field.

4. Change the URLs to point to your own resources.

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Installing the iFrame on Your Site

There are a couple of variables below that affect how you install the iframe on your site. If you are able to create custom templates without sidebars, we highly recommend that you do that so that the coupon database can span the whole page rather than requiring users to scroll back and forth.

In Blogger, however, you cannot create custom pages without sidebars, so you’ll either need to adjust the width of the database or embed the database in a footer widget.

If you need help with any part of this process, please email us at support@tablefor7media.com.

Option 1: Installing on a page without sidebars.

1. Copy your iframe code from your dashboard and paste it into the HTML code for your page (be sure to use the code from your dashboard and not the example below because each subscription is assigned a unique number that will only work on the registered URL).

2. Within the code — before the closing tag — add height=”XXX” and width=”XXX”, replacing the Xs with the appropriate measurements. The database here at Deal Seeking Mom is 1000 pixels wide, and the height needs to be set to allow for adjustments in the row heights when more information is added, so you might want to start at 1500 pixels to be sure the information at the bottom doesn’t get cut off and adjust it as necessary.

That code would look like this:

<iframe src=”http://tablefor7media.com/search-n-save-subscription/?u=EJGqNP” width=”1000″ height=”1500″ frameborder=”0″></iframe>

Option 2: Install on a page with sidebars.

1. If your page has sidebars, you will need to adjust the width of your iframe to fit on your page, which means you will also have to increase the height because the rows will each be taller in order to hold all of the information in each cell.

It might look like this:

<iframe src=”http://tablefor7media.com/search-n-save-subscription/?u=EJGqNP” frameborder=”0″ width=”550″ height=”2500″></iframe>

Please note that these numbers are just examples and you’ll need to adjust the height and the width manually to fit your site!

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Installing the FREE Version of the iFrame

If you’d like to embed the free version of the iframe without entering your own affiliate links, simply follow the 3 steps below:

  1. Create a separate page on your website {preferably without a side bar} and title it “Coupon Database” — or whatever you want to call it.
  2. Paste the following code into the HTML view for that page. <iframe src=”http://tablefor7media.com/search-n-save-subscription” width=”500” height=”1500” frameborder=”0″></iframe>
  3. Click “publish” and you’re finished.
If you want to change the width of the coupon database to better fit your website {narrower or wider} simply change the number I have highlighted above to a smaller number {narrower} or a larger number {wider}.

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Creating Resource Buttons

To add Javascript resource buttons above your database, use the following code to create a table:

<div id=”coupon_buttons” align=”center”>
<table>
<tbody>
<tr>
<td><input type=”button” name=”" value=”NAME OF BUTTON’ onClick=’window.open(” />Back to top]</td>
</tr>
</tbody>
</table>
</div>

The code above includes just one button. To add additional buttons, you’ll need to copy and paste line 4 (from td to /td) for each button.

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