Okay so I have a blackhat idea and I want to know if its feasible. As far as it hasn't been done before, but I don't know for sure. Already I have a site that I promote through adwords that gives users a little 'incentive' to help fill out email submits. I thought rather than redirecting them to my email submit page I could diguise the email submit in an iframe to make it look like its the way of registering for my site. For this to work all I need is an iframe (with no scrollbar) that appears when users clicks register on my site, and it will be a set size so that most of the email submit isn't showing; only the piece that says enter your email ad the submit button so it will be disguised as the registration for my site. (can I change the iframe so it only shows the part of the page based on the X and Y coordinates that I set?) i.e. The iframe will appear in the middle of the page, and in this example be 630 x 190px and show only the x coordinates below 500px and the y coordinate of about 60px I having trouble explaining what I mean, but here it goes: Here's an example of an email submit: http://i38.tinypic.com/jg4ia8.gif Note that I have highlighted the actual submission part Heres an example of what the page would look like: http://i35.tinypic.com/im46ja.gif Where the piece that says 'enter your email' is actually an iframe displaying that part of the other webpage, thus when they think they are signing up to your site, they are actually just entering their email. The site itself would be something offering a free service and hence users would want to sign up, but when they do I just end up with commission! Do double meta refreshes work through iframes? How could I hide my traffic souce? How could I code this, so that it only shows a small part of the webpage? Do you guys reckon this could be done? What do you think? Any help would be much appreciated.