How do I link back to my auctions at

Do you have your own website? Awesome. You want to show off your auctions at Even more awesome. We love it when folks link back to, and showing folks your auctions couldn't be easier.

When you build your traffic,


There are two ways to do this. First, you can provide a simple link back to from your website, or from any email you might send out, or any place on the web that allows you to post in HTML.

NOTE: You're currently logged out. If you log in and come back to this page, you can view code examples with your nickname incorporated in them. Or you can use the examples below and modify them manually.

To create the link, just insert the following little snippet into your code, but be sure to replace "YOU" with your registered Nickname OR Email Address. IMPORTANT: If your nickname contains any spaces - for example, your nickname is Oregon Guns - anytime you're passing your name in the URL, you'll need to replace the space with a dash -. Your nickname would then look like Oregon-Guns. This is needed because if you don't replace the space, your nickname will become truncated to Oregon.

<A TARGET="NEW" href="">My Auctions</A>

Which would create a link like this:
My Auctions

If my Nickname were Sparky, the code would look like this:

<A TARGET="NEW" href="">My Auctions</A>

Which would create a link like this:
My Auctions

This creates a link to a convenient listing of all of your auctions, and it doesn't cost a dime!

The second way to show people your auctions actually involves embedding part of the website into your website. The code is slightly more complicated, but still as easy as pie. We're going to use something called an iFrame. Just paste the following code into your webpage:

<iframe src="" width="100%"
height="8000" scrolling="auto" align="top" frameborder="0" class="wrapper">If you see this
message, your browser does not support iFrames.</iframe>

Don't worry about the contents of the tag - there's a warning there for those few folks who's browsers don't support the iFrame tag. Naturally, you would replace YOU with your nickname. If you've modified the code correctly and placed it in your webpage, it should look something like this:

As you can see, this seller has his auctions embedded in his website. (Special thanks to our buddies over at Oregon Guns for letting us use their website as an example.)

Linking back to your auctions at not only provides a great way to build your customer base, it also helps out us by bringing new folks to If you have any questions about how to implement this, or this is a little too confusing, just click the Contact Us link at the top of the page. Thanks!