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IFrame Appears in Firefox but Not IE7 - Help?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by nam6641, Nov 21, 2008.

  1. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    i bought the viral script that is being sold here, just finished setting up my first site but the iframe box doesn't display the ad when i view the site with IE7, but it does when i view with Firefox.

    site is www.jessicab*abson.com (remove the star)

    any help/comments on how to fix this would be appreciated.

    thanks.
     
  2. Siek

    Siek Regular Member

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    you can't do a double meta refresh under an iframe for IE
     
  3. dogdog

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    Why not ask the seller instead of posting to the public?
     
  4. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    i asked seller, don't think he knows.


    Siek - any recommendation for what i could do instead?
     
  5. cashcorp

    cashcorp Regular Member

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    If your using a double metarefresh, then it will not load in IE.

    IE blocks multiple redirections inside iframes-

    Theres a way around this, but the catch is that your referrer will be passed.

    Get around this by hosting your final file on a different domain, and making it a LARGE iframe.

    Mindmap:

    Jessicababson.com Iframes page 1.html
    Page 1.html iframes White hat page
    Whitehat page Iframes your offer url
    In addition, I would setup a single metarefresh-on jessababson.com
    Have this refresh to page1.html

    Hope I helped ;) in this way the referrer you pass should be your whitehat domain.
    I would check it out first though-This is an old system I havent used in a month or so now.

    If you or anyone else needs it-I can upload a set of premade files that do this, and youll simply edit them as applicable.
     
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  6. Siek

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    Cashcorp told you a way to do it..this is what the hxxp://www.ihatejulia.com is doing originally and seems to work since that site has been up for a while...but who knows.. lol

    The only way around this to show the IE traffic a differnt landing page that has no iframe on it but rather a DMR.. essentailly doing the same thing just a different approach to it

    there are many ways to detect browsers of your traffic - but a really simple one is IE conditional comments..search it up on google you should find it.
     
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  7. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    so if i understand this right, i will use iframe on my white hat site and use it to capture the affiliate page, and then my iframe on my black hat site will capture the iframe from my white hat site?

    but the CPA will be able to see the page on my white hat site where the traffic is coming from and this will look a little shady i would think having a blank page with their offer in an iframe...
     
  8. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    i checked out ihatejulia.com and it is just a parked page...?

    i'll read up on DMR, thanks.
     
  9. cashcorp

    cashcorp Regular Member

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    Theyll see the traffic as coming from your whitehat page-which makes perfect sense, as thats the page iframing your offer.

    If they ask any questions just say you prefer to do it this way because your running your campaign through adwords and sometimes cloak the page to get a better QS.

    In addition, if your going to be doing any sort of volume you should look into running a whitehat campaign-drive whitehat leads to your whitehat page ;)
     
  10. Siek

    Siek Regular Member

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    whoops its

    http://hxxp://www.ihateyoujulia.com and yes your right with what you think it is lol
     
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  11. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    i got it working on my site using the iframe of the whitehat's iframe.

    is there any way i can check the referrer that they'll be seeing... or if i did it the way you mentioned it is guaranteed to be the whitehat as the referrer?
     
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    mic141414 Regular Member

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    Hey nam6641

    can you pm all the codes .. i am lost now with all that

    thanks
     
  13. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    i can pm you 2nite.

    keep url1.php the same, except point it to url3.php

    in url3.php point all the links to your white hat .html pages that you created for each ad (assuming you want to show a random ad each time a visitor comes).

    if you can't get it to work PM me and i'll email them to you from home 2nite.