Help: Piggyback Pixels ?

I am trying to combine 8 image pixels and two javascript pixels into one secure javascript pixel that I control.

I created a js file and added the image pixels by using document.write and simply pasted the two javascript pixels below that. For some reason, none of the pixels are firing…

If it matters, I am hosting the js file on a server using nginx that is only used to host html creatives. Does it matter if I’m not using apache?

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

– Robert

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would like to learn how to do this as well!! if you find an answer itzbert, please post here as well!!

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Turns out it was most likely an issue on the advertiser side and the network has resolved it for me. I set up piggybacked pixels by purchasing an SSL cert and following these instructions:…xels-from-akmg

Keep in mind when you set up SSL you should point to If you don’t, you will have to choose between and when you set it up… I was a little stuck there until i figured it out.

Tip: Controling pixels like this is great for multivariate testing html creatives using services like google website optimizer and obviously hiding traffic sources too.

Need any help? Let me know

The Article Published IN 09-28-2011 04:01 PM

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