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Breaking out of Bing images frame? Help from HTML experts...

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by thetraveller, Jun 2, 2012.

  1. thetraveller

    thetraveller Senior Member

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    I have a problem in finding a working script to bust the frame of Bing images, which is stealing my bandwidth (my site does not even appear under the framed image, and when clicking on the pic - it is loading full size in a separate tab and that's it)

    I want users to land on my original page where the pic is located when clicking on the pic (there are some sites to managed this but I can't spot their solution)

    For Google images I managed to put this in the head tags of every page and is working fine:

    <script type="text/javascript">
    if(top!= self) top.location.href = self.location.href
    </script>

    Please anyone, I don't want to set a general no-hotlinking as the users will be redirected to a single location.

    I will appreciate any help.
     
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    Anyone... ?
     
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    SnakeX Registered Member

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    for google is use wp frame breaker plugin.I dont know if it works at Bing
     
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    Thanks, I will try to get into it to see what the plugin does exactly, as the site is not wp-based, just simple html pages.

    Any other replies are welcome..
     
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    I actually went into it and the plugin places the same code I mentioned into all blog pages. "It simply adds a small piece of javascript to your blogs code that checks if your site is being displayed"

    So this will still not help for Bing images...