Well, I suppose you could set up your interstitial page with a basic HTML redirect, the URL of which is dynamically generated via POST or GET parameter.
Then you could aim your link hopper links at the interstitial page, passing the URL of the destination via GET /POST
Basically, like this
//around line 83 of http://pastie.org/private/txdp5rhl6h0guarsvlzbza $myinter = 'url_to_interstitial_page'; $redir = $myinter.'?dest='.$redir; header('Location: '.$redir); //Then in the <head> of the interstitial page,redirect after 3 secs <meta content="3;URL=<?php echo $_GET['dest']; ?>" http-equiv="refresh" /> </head>
That’s just off the top of my head (not tested at all), and I have no idea the effect it’d have on SEO , but it’s something to play around with.
Or take your pick
Thanks guys But the topic isn’t about my sale, it’s about Envato statements that aren’t showing but license was purchased.
You’re right Adam, sorry for the OT.
I expect that the devs figured the difference in price was self-explanatory, but if you are suggesting a change to the Envato statements, would you like me to move this over to Site Feedback where it will be more likely to be considered?
BroOf saidThat’s too bad…I was wondering about the possibility of offering more hands-on support to buyers who purchased extended licenses.
fillerspace saidI don’t think so…
Is it possible to determine who has purchased an extended license?
If they were to email you via your contact form you would be able to tell which license they purchased – but otherwise the information is not available for buyer privacy.
The other thing would be to look into the API – but I’m sure if it’s possible to look up that info the buyer would still have to initiate/approve it with their API key.