Keep Original URL and Heading in Browser but redirect

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by wanabe, Sep 19, 2008.

  1. wanabe

    wanabe Registered Member

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    hi there,

    I have read and tried the html codes in this forum without success..

    I tried the meta refresh but it looked just like a normal redirected page
    as the redirected page showed in the url channel at the top..

    What I have is my website - MYWEBSITE.com , I want to be able to
    have my MYWEBSITE.com stay in the browser channel while the page
    content is from a redirected website - MYBIZZ.com

    thanks in advance
     
  2. wealthy199

    wealthy199 BANNED BANNED

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    For this you'll need to use an iframe.

    Put this inside your <body> tags and change the http://yoursitehere.com with the site you want to "redirect" to:

    <iframe style='position:absolute;z-index:10;top:0;left:0;margin' width='100%' height='100%' scrolling='auto' marginwidth='0' marginheight='0' align='top' frameborder='0' SRC='http://yoursitehere.com' /></iframe>
     
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  3. Siek

    Siek Regular Member

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    Also note that IFRAMES pass the referrer - so make sure you know where your sending your traffic
     
  4. wanabe

    wanabe Registered Member

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    thanks, absolute winner, I have used iframes before but not this way, which tells me I didnt know anything before - my website now has the original url still showing in the browser url spot at the top of the browser but the affiliate page I wanted to land on is showing..

    just a little background, I am about to start a long term campaign to build up links pointing to my Url but of course I expect in say 6 - 12 months to no longer need the affiliate page, I will turn my current Url which just redirects into a full blown website using wordpress, so it will be a destination by itself, but until today I have been held back by the thought of having to use the Affil link directly in all my campaigns which is a complete waste of time in the Long Term..

    Thanks again.. you have made my day...
     
  5. adbox

    adbox Power Member

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    looking for a way to do this with htaccess
     
  6. tones

    tones Newbie

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    I know this is 4+ years old, but still works 100% and even caused me from getting a headache manually editing the .htaccess file on my server. THANKS A TON!

    p.s. I was not able to copy the quote correctly due to account restrictions for being a newb ;D
     
  7. rammy

    rammy Junior Member

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    yes, i just used it and works fine ! :)
     
  8. telboy60

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    So how would I implement this into a clickable link or a delayed redirect?
     
  9. JasonS

    JasonS Elite Member

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    Create test.html file and upload it to your hosting www folder.
    Copy test.html link i.e. yoursite.com/test.html
    Hyperlink/paste this where you needed it to.

    To delay the redirect use meta refresh one line code in the same html.
     
  10. telboy60

    telboy60 Newbie

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    Could you show an example of the link please?
     
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  11. zoneandj

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    I can create one for you but it won't be free.
     
  12. sunnydelish

    sunnydelish Newbie

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    You can't do this with htaccess. IFRAME is the only way.
     
  13. hoobaa

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    it's Old but I'll try it
     
  14. s1sm0

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    it currently runs on google adwords?