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Display:none as css style - Need Help With This

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by Claudiu, May 13, 2009.

  1. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I have an affiliate that is using a crap tracker that brakes my html design.
    Below you can see how the tracker looks and how I\'m thinking to use.

    Code:
    // 1. this is the default tracker I got from them
    <a href="http://affiliate.website.com/myIDtracker" ><img src="http://affiliate.website.com/myDifferentCrapIDtracker" style="visibility:hidden;height:1px;width:1px;">Click Here</a>
    Code:
    // 2. this is the modified tracker I'm thinking to use
    <a href="http://affiliate.website.com/myIDtracker" ><img src="http://affiliate.website.com/myDifferentCrapIDtracker" style="[COLOR=Red]display:none;[/COLOR] visibility:hidden;height:1px;width:1px;">Click Here</a>
    As you can see in the second one I added display:none style which practicly hides the crap image tracker, therefore leting my html design intact.

    Was wondering if this style property can affect my tracker as it will not count my referal link embeded into theyr crap image tracker
     
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  2. dumdumz

    dumdumz Registered Member

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    No it wont affect it. The image will still be loaded.
     
  3. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    so what you are saying is the tracker won't be affected by the css style
     
  4. dumdumz

    dumdumz Registered Member

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    yes thats what im saying.
     
  5. pthomas12

    pthomas12 Newbie

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    I would put in a div and make the div use the hidden style.