Instructions for displaying the Rmark button Rbate Rmark

If you are registered with Rbate as a Helper, click the Rmark button display instructions link after selecting an entity on your Entities Page. These registered sources of purchasing assistance are able to be both auto- and manually-Rmarked without the visitor leaving the page.

Otherwise, include the following HTML in your pages where you wish the Rmark button to appear:

<a href="http://rbate.com/consumers/rmark" onmouseup="if (typeof rbate_set != 'undefined') rbate_set(this)"> <img src="http://rbate.com/images/rmark.png" border="0" title="Click to add Rbate Rmark (No Rcode)"/> </a>

You can of course use your own image, or another image such as /?.

So that visitors can more easily Rmark your site, we recommend you also add the following script to your pages, either below the above Rmark button HTML, or in a separate script source file. You may if you wish source this script from http://rbate.com/javascripts/rmark.js. If you do, you may wish to set the defer attribute to help ensure rendering of your pages is not delayed.

<script> var rbate_done = false; function rbate_set(rlink) { if (!rbate_done) { var url = encodeURIComponent(location.href); var title = encodeURIComponent(document.title); var first = encodeURIComponent(rbate_t('link') || rbate_t('a')); rlink.href += '?url=' + url + '&title=' + title + '&first=' + first; rbate_done = true; } } function rbate_t(tag) { var tags = document.getElementsByTagName(tag); for (var i=tags.length-1; i>=0; --i) if (tags[i].rel == 'start') return tags[i].href; return ''; } </script>

For the above script to automatically include a link to the first page of the article being Rmarked, each page of the article should include a link to this first page, with the link's "rel" attribute set to "start". This link should either be a normal HTML "a" element or a link element.

If you do not use this script you should manually add "url", "title", and "first" (page url) parameters to the http://rbate.com/consumers/rmark url that forms the Rmark link.