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I-framer that frames 1st page, breaks 2nd page?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by BearyManaLow, Jul 16, 2010.

  1. BearyManaLow

    BearyManaLow Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Hey guys, just wondering if anyone happens to know of an i-frame script or program that frames the first page, but breaks on the second page. Say for an email submit, they'd enter in their email, but then it breaks after they do that so that they can fill out the 2nd page.

    Thanks for the help!
     
  2. youngguy

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    For this you need to write a javascript to count the "onload" event of that iframe :).
     
  3. tacopalypse

    tacopalypse Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    afaik, there's no way for the page with the iframe on it to detect anything that goes on inside the iframe. it's like a security issue thing. so the frame breaker would have to be put directly into the source code of the 2nd submit page, which you probably don't have access to.

    apparently google can't even figure this one out, so i'm guessing it's just not possible. like, have you noticed on google image search, when you click 'remove this frame' it always goes back to the 1st page you landed on, instead of the more intuitive option of popping the current page out of the frame.
     
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    You could do it so when they enter their email, it breaks and they have to enter it again.

    By iframing the submit, then placing a div box over the top. You can "catch" the mouse clicks going into it. And then redirect the user to the page. But the problem is, when the form is submitted, it is a POST request. How can you emulate that with a browser, simply by redirecting them?

    MAYBE. If it gave them a cookie, like "OK you have entered all this info". Then when you went to say www.offerurl.com/enterdetails.php. If it remembered you, then easy :)
     
  5. Adkins

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    I belive there was some wowhaxer product which explained the same.
     
  6. BearyManaLow

    BearyManaLow Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Is it even available anymore? I heard it's not and the owner was banned from here for scamming.

    As for the wowhaxer product, I think he was talking about cakeslice and nope, it doesn't break the frame on the 2nd page submit, I've tried it. Really neat tool though :)
     
  7. BearyManaLow

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    I'll think about it, but I would love to contract someone to make me a script similar to cakeslice, but have it be able to have the 2nd page iframing features like GodCPA does.
     
  8. ghettogong

    ghettogong Regular Member

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    Hit me up too for a tool that can iframe 2nd page
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