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double meta refresh/chrome?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by moneymanzzz, Oct 27, 2010.

  1. moneymanzzz

    moneymanzzz BANNED BANNED

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    anyone have DMR that works well in chrome & AOL Browser?
     
  2. moneymanzzz

    moneymanzzz BANNED BANNED

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    bump guys..
     
  3. phph5

    phph5 Regular Member

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    DMR won't work in Chrome. What you can do is use some javascript to trick the browser into blanking the referer.

    Here's an example:

    HTML:
    <script> 
    function go() {
      window.open('javascript:window.location.replace("http://www.whatismyreferrer.com/")');
      return false;  
    }
    </script> 
    <a href='#' onclick='return go();'>Click here to continue</a> 
    You just need to detect the browser (server or client side) and display your aff links accordingly. I would be thankful if someone can test this out in Safari and Opera.
     
  4. adbox

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    Heya what's the update on this working in Safari/Opera?
     
  5. IngoPanAm

    IngoPanAm Newbie

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    Actually, it works when u call the code above directly from URL bar.
    Not if you load the php content via iframe/header location. Any idea on this?