Pixel Tracking

I have a php website that tracks a users name and what link they click and I record this into a mysql database.  I've recently setup with an affiliate program that allows pixel tracking and I wanted to record signups from that into my sql also.

I know I can use a simple php script to do this, but how can I get it to also pass the users name? I don't think I'm explaining this right.

Once a user clicks a link on my page it records that click under that persons username into my sql database.  Then it brings up the affiliate page.

Once someone fills out the form and clicks submit I can have a pixel tracking code in there to record but since I'm on another page it never passed the username so how do I record it into the right spot?  Maybe using frames?



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