Disguising ADFLY links

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by samnatzac, Jan 24, 2015.

  1. samnatzac

    samnatzac Newbie

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    how do I disguise adfly links because atm, almost every website just doesn't let me even post them! TIA
     
  2. zebby

    zebby Newbie

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    Have your own website and then redirect the pages to the links
     
  3. willyt2000

    willyt2000 Newbie

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    Or you could use goo.gl or another link shortener
     
  4. Cathage

    Cathage Newbie

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    To help OP understand. I'll expand on these points made by posters.

    Own a website, then in the website, host a HTML page that uses Meta Refresh. Meta Refresh code will redirect the user after a given amount of time.

    Code:
    <META[COLOR=#000000][FONT=Consolas] [/FONT][/COLOR]http-equiv="refresh"[COLOR=#000000][FONT=Consolas] [/FONT][/COLOR]content="5;URL=adflylink">[code]
    
    Http-equiv is stating it will refresh the page and load a second link.
    
    Content is stating how long this will take. 5 means 5 seconds. This can be changed to suit your needs. A value of 0 will redirect as soon as possible.
    
    Url Argument is an obvious statement.
    
    [quote="willyt2000, post: 7591582"]Or you could use goo.gl or another link shortener[/QUOTE]
    
    Because you may or may not have access to a site or it's content. You other option is the post a link that is allowed. 
    
    Google contains a great amount of sites dedicated to shortening urls.
     
  5. Tobbe co

    Tobbe co Junior Member

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    Or buy a cheap domain and do a .htaccess redirect from your domain to adfly in order to avoid creating a html page for each link.
    yourdomain.com/123 will redirect to adfly.com/123
    yourdomain.com/abc will redirect to adfly.com/abc
    And so on.
     
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  6. saltedweb

    saltedweb Junior Member

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    use it on google