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Looking for a JavaScript coder

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by lmxftw, Aug 16, 2013.

  1. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    i am looking for someone to help me with a project on firing tracking pixels with embedded URL's

    basically what i need you to do is rewrite some URL's in order to get the tracking pixels to fire correctly without actually having to visit the website

    i am looking for an automated or worst case scenario semi-automated (template) solution that will rewrite the URL string with the variables i give

    Code:
    string.format("{0}{1}{2}{3} ... {etc}",string0,string 1 ... string etc);
    also you should be able to help me understand what the parameters of a given URL string do :D

    willing to pay / JV
     
  2. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    ok i got the string thingy solved... anyone who can make a javascript fire on a simple visit ?

    it's just for a tracking pixel ladies and gentlemen ... nothing malicious!
     
  3. CodeNinja

    CodeNinja Newbie

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    Please describe your problem step by step then maybe I could help you.
     
  4. Fryyy

    Fryyy Newbie

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    Make it fire on visit?
    You mean, run the javascript when the page loads?

    If you'd like to discuss it more you can PM me your skype.

    Just to help, I don't need money.
     
  5. cyrix

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    To fire a pixel with javascript you will need to create either an img element or iframe element, set the src attribute to the pixel URL and insert that object into the documents DOM. The browser will then try to load the resource either the image or the iframe thus calling the pixel.