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Integrate our Tax Calculators into your web site!

Please feel free to use the tax calculator engine provided on this site


1.  Add compelling content to your site

2.  Off load the complicated work of creating and maintaining a Tax Calculator

3.  The Tax Calculator can be branded with your logo and link directly back to your site.  It is one seamless experience for your end users whom will never know they have left your domain.

4.  The url for the tax calculator you wish to use.  Currently the availabe tax calculators are:

How to Just Link to the Tax Calculator:

1.  Just use the following HTML code to put a link into your own HTML pages:

       <a href=">Tax Calculator</a>

How to integrate the Tax Calculator into your Site:

1.  Instead of just linking to the tax calculator you can set up variables that will make the calculator part of your site.  There are three variables you need to set:

   a) The Header Image (header_image)

   b) The Title Text (title_text)

   c) The Return Link (link_back)

2.  In order to set these variables, you basically have to send them via an HTML Form Get.  You can do this in one of two ways.  The first and most simple way is to set it up via a standard link and editing the variables. Here is an example:

<a href = ''>Tax Calculator</a>

This produces a link that looks like this: Tax Calculator

You will note that the variable data is encoded.  Basically what that means is that certain characters cannot be passed via a url link, so those characters are encoded.  Here are a few common ones that you may need:

  :         -  %3A

  /         -  %F2

  Space  - %20    (Note: If the %20 gives you problems simply us a + symbol)

  ?         - %3f

So in other words, HTTP:// should be encoded as

3.  The second way to set the variables is to set up a Form on your page.  This is also easy to do.  here is an example:

<form action= method=get>
        <input type=hidden name=link_back value=>
        <input type=hidden name=title_text value="Tax Calculator">
        <input type=hidden name=header_image value=    /header8.gif>
        <input type=submit value='Tax Calculator'>

This produces a button that looks like this:


Other Ideas:

If you are more advanced, you could also include our tax calculator into your site as a frame target within one of your HTML frames.  This way you could control content in other frames, such as menus and advertisements.


Restrictions and Notices:

Please note that this site and its contents are copyrighted and that use of this sites code and content for uses other than what is described on this page is strictly forbidden.  By way of notice, the tax calculator has one ad inside the form right above the submit button.  The ad revenue is how this site is maintained. 


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