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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by pantau, May 11, 2012.

  1. pantau

    pantau Newbie

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    Greetings,

    Is it possible to hide sites url? Let me give you simple example - you visit *domain* which forwards you to google but in your browser's url field you will still see *domain*. I was able to think of only two solutions (both of them not very elegant). 1st would be iframe covering whole page (however when i was looking for php code for it, i found that this method is outdated) and 2nd one is to make clone of that site on my host (not sure if that is even possible).

    Do you have any smoother solution?
     
  2. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Fortunately not !

    Beny
     
  3. riekal

    riekal Junior Member

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    I'm with this guy. Pretty much not a lot that you can do, especially because thats the way browsers are developed.
     
  4. lovetospooge

    lovetospooge Junior Member

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    I have read about this somewhere before, I think it has something to do with the DNS settings.
     
  5. eleco

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    masking
     
  6. pantau

    pantau Newbie

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    Okay, thanks for answers.

    But that iframe should work, right? They basicly remain on my site and work within that frame? ... atleast that's how i think iframe is working, please correct me if not. If i tried it, does it have any browser compatibility issues or something like that?
     
  7. lovetospooge

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    I've found what you're looking for, just tested it on my own site. In my cPanel under 'Advanced DNS Zone Editor' I added a record:

    Name: test.mydomain.com
    TTL: 14400
    Type: A
    Address: Targeted Sites IP

    So if you go to test.mydomain.com you will see the site you have targeted, and you can also click on internal pages without the URL changing. example - test.mydomain.com/about.html
     
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