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iFraming an iFrame, how do i hide my ass?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by mp gamer, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. mp gamer

    mp gamer Registered Member

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    Ok this is a noob question for sure.

    Here is the scenario.

    Lets say I want to iFrame an email submit and send traffic to it from youtube.

    I will fake the referral of course to show the real banner on a blog.

    So lets say the iframed offer is offers.com/freetrip?124

    the referrer will show as offers.com/freetrip

    can i iframe "offers.com/freetrip?124" to a custom domain such as www.freetrips.info and have the referral to still show as offers.com/freetrip ?


    thanks
     
  2. ThePost

    ThePost Registered Member

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    Basically what you'll want to do is iframe a page/domain that meta refreshes to the real page you want to show. (Some people like to do 2 hops to be safe instead of just one). Look up meta tag refresh html, it's just a simple tag that you set on a page to refresh to the next page. (Set the time to 0 so it will redirectly instantly)
     
  3. mp gamer

    mp gamer Registered Member

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    thanks for the response, but you didn't understand. i don't want "www.freetrips.info" (example not my site) to redirect anywhere, i want that domain to stay in the url on peoples browsers so they think they are at www.freetrips.info, but really they are at "offers.com/freetrip?124"

    so i want the refferer to show offers.com/freetrip and not www.freetrips.info....

    anyone out there who understands what i am saying?
     
  4. FactorVIII

    FactorVIII Newbie

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    I think I know what you want. You just want a redirect that hides the real page right?
    I don't really know how to do it but my dns for one of my domains allows this feature
    zoneedit (its free) use the webforward option then select cloaked
     
  5. Paper-Boy

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    hrmmmm
     
  7. Hypebeast

    Hypebeast Registered Member

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    anyone have any good ebooks or websites to read up on cloacking and allt his shit about meta refreshing, right now im using basic iframes and php redirects (includes) but im assuming this isnt very good is it?