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Pop-up / Popunder: How to Bypass Browsers All The Time?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by vlodia, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. vlodia

    vlodia Newbie

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    Hi,

    Currently, I am using CPX Interactive and Adtegrity for my CPM. I have tried to use their popup / popunder via its my.yieldmanager dashboard.

    Upon installing the code in my website, it appears it's always being blocked by browsers (Chrome, Firefox, IE 9)

    I would like to ask, how do you bypass browsers using pop-up / popunders


    Thanks!
     
  2. vlodia

    vlodia Newbie

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    DING? :llama:
     
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    Ding?
     
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    ding..!
     
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    ding..!
     
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    I dont think thats possible, maybe thats why you got no answers here
     
  8. AlphaTwin

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    I don't have any experience with CPX Interactive and Adtegrity so this might not work in your situation.

    But a common way to circumvent the popup-blockers in modern browsers is, to make the popup be due to a click. Opening a popunder/popover window through an "onclick"-event is seen as an intentional act by the user - therefore it will not be blocked.

    Try it out yourself. Find the code that triggers the popunder/popover, and put it in the "onclick" event of a link or a button:
    <a href="#" onclick="PUT JAVASCRIPT TRIGGER HERE">Click Now!</a>
    <input type="button" onclick="OR PUT IT HERE" />

    If this works for you, you can force the user to click the links. I have seen some websites make every single item on the website (including the background) contain an onclick-event, and thereby trigger the popups.
    You could also just put a button in an invisible div, and use javascript to make the div/button follow the users mouse - as soon as the user clicks somewhere, he will in fact hit the button, and thereby trigger the popup.

    Hope this helps :)
     
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