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Pass the referrer subpage into the redirected page

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by michuricane, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I would like to know if anybody know how to pass the subpage into the redirected page
    For example, if the refferer is httf://xxxxxxx.com/subpagex-new-2014 , I want that somewhere in my redirected page there is "subpagex new 2014"

    I know it is possible, because I have seen it, but how to do it?

    Thanks!
     
  2. lord1027

    lord1027 Elite Member

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    I want to learn how to do this too, subscribed :)
     
  3. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    Nobody can help?
     
  4. d4mn1t

    d4mn1t Newbie

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    When you do a redirect with Location header most of the browsers will carry most recent referrer. For others you have to use different redirect types.
     
  5. WMAid

    WMAid Newbie

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    I don't understand what you exactly want.
    You can hide user referer, change user referer on one of your site urls, but you can't change user referer on other site urls.

    Also you can send a request to any website with any fake referer.
     
  6. ija61

    ija61 Senior Member

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    I also don't understand what you need exactly?

    You need to have "subpagex new 2014" as a link on the webpage or you want to have this in the URL of the new page?

    This kind of stuff can be done with .htaccess and/or some php code but at this point I can't provide you more info since I didn't understand what you need.

    Thank you
     
  7. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    I want to have this as plain text in the new page.
     
  8. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    You understand me?
     
  9. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    Nobody know how to do it?
     
  10. michuricane

    michuricane Junior Member

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    Or is it possible to make a function that can hide all text from "h" to "\" in the page, that way if there is http:\\domain.com\subpagenew, "http:\\domain.com\" is hiddden in the page
     
  11. dmncstech

    dmncstech Newbie

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    If I understand you correctly you want to take the contents of page a and include it on page b.. you need to on the redirected page perform a objXmlHttp request of the referring page, save the contents in a string variable and parse it ... then include what parts of the page you want to use on your redirected page... this requires you to understand coding... not something easily explained in this thread.. but if you goto w3schools and study up you will see examples of how to do this..