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Are You Using GoDaddy Free Hosting Credits? Bypass Their ADs Now!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TechnicalSergio, May 15, 2010.

  1. TechnicalSergio

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    Well today was my first time using GoDaddy.c0m free hosting credit since I just bought a .info domain name.

    Once I uploaded my content, I noticed on top of the page it shows a leaderboard advertisment in a iframe.

    Which says "This Page Is Hosted For Free Courtesy Of GoDaddy.c0m"

    I hated seeing that there, it looks so unprofessional and it will draw the attention of my traffic to those damn ads on the top of the page..

    So I Figured Out How To Remove it...

    One method is with a CSS code.. which is cascading style sheets for those of you that don't know what it means, also another method that uses javascript.

    What this little code does will hide their advertising iframe without them noticing. Try it out..

    Method 1: Internal CSS Method
    This code needs to be inserted into the <head> Section of your HTML or PHP page.

    Code:
    <style ='type/css'>
          #conash3D0 {
       height: 0px;
       top: -1px;
       margin: 0;
       padding: 0;
       font-size: 1px;
       z-index: -500;
       display: none;
       visibility: hidden;
    }
       </style>
    Method 2: Internal Javascript Method
    For this you will need ?jquery.js? ? core js file of jQuery which can be at http://docs.jquery.com/Downloading_jQuery

    Place this JS in the <head> tag as well

    Code:
    $(document).ready(function() {
    
       $('iframe').hide();
    });
     
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  2. TechnicalSergio

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    Also, you can implement this and keep your adsense ads intact they wont disappear. Can you say free micro niche sites? -.^
     
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    This worked so good!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you so much!!! I just signed up with Godaddy hosting, and I saw a HUGE long ad accross the top of the website I am building! It was way to big and unprofessional! But thank you so much!!! I used the first option. And it worked awesomely!



    -Nathan Johnson
     
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2010