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Hi everyone, I am brand new to this product, but was able to use the Site Wizard to get set up quickly and easily. Thanks for the simple documentation. I saw some other posts regarding the use of iframe and realize there is no solution at this time. I would just like to put in a word that I would also like to see a solution for auto sizing the co-branded site or more cleanly integrating it into my site. More than one set of scroll bars on a page annoys me. :) Here is my actual question. Is there a way to limit the visible categories or control which offers appear in the co-branded site? For example, based on my content I don't think I am getting much traffic related to agriculture or healthcare. Thanks, Brian http://brianhawkinstech.com
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Hi Brian,

The integration of our content into your site looks great.

The homepage of your co-branded site will optimize offers that have been most successful for you in the past 30 days. These pages show the top offers that are converting into earnings for you to encourage your audience to select the offers appearing high on your homepage.

Unfortunately, there is no way to remove the full category list from the left column of your site. Fortunately, your site will optimize our content for your audience and it is unlikely that any agriculture or health care offers will ever display to your users.

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Hi Karen, I saw a few posts regarding the XML catalog. I am interesting in exploring the use of the XML feed, and was wondering if you have any examples or documentation regarding its use. Specifically, I am interested in consuming the data in a PHP or ASP.NET page(2 different sites). Thanks

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Hi Brian,
I will email over the XML information this morning. Have a great week!