Ok, I mashed up a bunch of code from another thread and made a nice little script. Keep in mind, I am not a programmer...I can just put things together and test until it seems to work. Much like how Edison worked; Trial and Error... Ok, so here's what I've come up with: The challenge... I wanted a script that could hide traffic from affiliate networks by checking if a blank referrer was being passed along during a double meta refresh and would boot the redirect if it passed along a referrer, but I also wanted to be able to alternate offers and mix up the traffic a little. This way there isn't just one offer converting at a super high % and you could rig it with another offer that you KNOW will never convert and keep the numbers down.... Here we go - First create a text file called "offers.txt" in notepad and just list a few urls for testing purposes (you can change these to you affiliate urls later) List them like this, one on top of the other: Code: www.google.com www.myspace.com www.badgerbadgerbadger.com (Note: Don't put the http:// part in there.) Ok, that part's done...upload to server. Now create a text file called "vip.php" in notepad and copy and paste this into it... Code: <?php echo "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\"content=\"0;url=go.php\">"; ?> Ok, that part's done...upload to server. Now create a text file called "go.php" in notepad and copy and paste this into it... Code: <?php // Open the File with offers to rotate $sites = array_map("trim", file("offers.txt")); // Choose a random site to shows $redirect = $sites[array_rand($sites)]; $referer = $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']; if($referer == "") //make the meta refresh to the random site in variable redirect echo "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\"content=\"0;url=http://".$redirect."\">"; ?> Ok, that part's done...upload to server. Now you're done. To test it, just go to the first link in the chain... Code: http://www.yourdomain.com/vip.php That's it! If anybody more knowledgeable wants to clean up the code or add anything special - you're welcome to it. Love, D P.S. Special thanks to Genjutsu, Foxler, and Gestserver.