Backpage image trick HELP

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  1. mattblack

    mattblack Regular Member

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    can you tell me how they added this image to the Adult section

    http://auburn.backpage.com/Datelines/bbws-hookup-with-heavy-hotties-nsa/7384202

    Have tried html, iframe, Copied that ads code above... any other ideas ?

    Thanks

    Matt


    Warning i get

    Oops!

    Offsite images, iframes, flash, and advanced HTML is not allowed in this category. Please use standard text and/or simple HTML such as: b, i, u, p, br, a, ul, ol, li, strong, em, and blockquote.
     
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  2. angelas111

    angelas111 Elite Member

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    did you view source and try copying what they have?
     
  3. mattblack

    mattblack Regular Member

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    I'm sorry I dont' work for adult stuff. BTW this is not so hard.
     
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    Fuck the image, can you embed JS? I figured out how to do that on CL once*

    * Purely for bragging
     
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    Use blockquote to do that. Just search, its published here.
     
  7. mattblack

    mattblack Regular Member

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    Love a sample mate....
     
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  9. lafours

    lafours Power Member

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    I'm pretty sure they've compressed a javascript file into a png and uploaded it via the image uploader. Hope this helps you out with your investigations.
     
  10. mattblack

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    When you try and add a image using html you get

    Offsite images, iframes, flash, and advanced HTML is not allowed in this category. Please use standard text and/or simple HTML such as: b, i, u, p, br, a, ul, ol, li, strong, em, and blockquote.


    This is using iframe

    http://sacramento.backpage.com/Datelines/happy-hour-tonight-waiting-for-you-to-call/2620386
     
  11. mattblack

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    tried Replace "iframe" and "/iframe" with "embed" and "/embed," respectively.
     
  12. Carepolice

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    I looked into this for you and found a tutorial on it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmsQB_z6_AU

    The guy in that video sounds like a retard and it was very boring to skim through but the gist of it is here:

    Use http://www.myspacegens.com/handler.php?gen=link to generate html code for your uploaded image
    Insert that code in backpage post
    Profit

    Hope that does it for you
     
  13. dennisyu

    dennisyu Power Member

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    It's an iFrame, and someone has been posting them on BP for the past couple years at least. BP has yet to patch that.

    I never could find out how to do it, but i might try the above suggestions. Has to be one of those.
     
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  14. mattblack

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    Hi Mate

    Thanks for the info if you read my post its for **Adult Section** the links you give me are well known tips for all other sections..






     
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  17. lafours

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    I'm talking about the image upload section not the html section. You can compress javascript/html/css into a .png file and have it auto extract when loaded. It's all above my head but it might be what he's doing. Here's a little info:

    Code:
    http://www.iamcal.com/png-store/
     
  18. mattblack

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    good idea wont let you embed a image using src
     
  19. mattblack

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    You cant use <img
    src="http://www.yourwebsi...ourfilename.gif" />

    Cant use images from external sources this includes iframe or advanced html