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Making PPD widget pops up instantly when click on page ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by DeathStalker, Aug 4, 2013.

  1. DeathStalker

    DeathStalker Newbie

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    Hey guys, I am wondering whether it's possible that you can make a PPD widget pop up when you visit the page instantly. I am wondering this because I am sure a lot of people are wondering this but there don't seem to be a tutorial about this ! Thanks guys ! :D
     
  2. tb303

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    I think thats quite standard behaviour. well for the PPD's ive used anyway. Usually theres a setting for delay time in the widget settings page/control panel that you set to 0.
     
  3. DeathStalker

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    Hey TB thank you btw do you have any PPD networks which actually do this ? just wondering because I couldn't actually find it -_- sorry but I actually couldn't
     
  4. AgentClank

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    I'm looking to do something similar, but FileIce (my network of choice for this niche) doesn't have a delay time setting for the widget. Is there anything you can do HTML-wise, so that rather than working with 'onclick=' I can have it load after say 30 seconds. And in your case, DeathStalker, in 0 seconds.

    If anyone knows how to do this, it would be much appreciated!
     
  5. DeathStalker

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    yeah what deathstalker is saying don't matter which network for me I can apply for it but yeah I want to know how to prompt the widget straight away or 30 secs after w/e
     
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  7. tb303

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    not sure about fileice. But if you're calling it with the onclick="javascript" then why not do the same with the pages <body> tag

    eg

    change
    Code:
    <body>
    to...
    Code:
    <body onload="****************">
    replacing the **************** with what ever you have between the quotes of your onclick=".." that loads the widget.

    you can use this on other html tags as well such as <iframe> or <img>. so i theory you could add it to the last element of the page that loads to make sure the whole page has loaded before the widget loads.
    see here
    http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/event_onload.asp
     
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  8. DeathStalker

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    ah i see thank you tb303 I will try that thanks 1
     
  9. dinkish

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    Yeah you'd want to do an onload at the opening body tag, or insert the javascript just above the </body> tag as tb303 mentioned. If they disable javascript you'd be SOL, but the average user wouldn't be privy to that.

    The only alternative I could think of is having an iframe load in a div that displays above the content, and onclick it would close that div. You could bypass that by disabling styles though too...

    Either way, I'd think if it wasn't already a clickable option in your PPD's account settings, they'd probably shit a brick and terminate you prior to a payment for disobeying their terms and agreements.