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  1. element94

    element94 Junior Member

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    Is there a way to make a page redirect to a random url from several given ?
     
  2. element94

    element94 Junior Member

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    Never mind i figured it out :

    <script type="text/javascript">

    var urls = new Array("http://www.url1.com/", "http://www.url2.com/");

    function redirect()
    {
    window.location = urls[Math.floor(urls.length*Math.random())];
    }

    var temp = setInterval("redirect()", 3000);

    </script>
     
  3. Zak_A

    Zak_A Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yep, but this will work only if javascript is enabled.

    I'd rather do it in php, with meta refresh :

    <?
    $urls[]="http://www.url1.com/";
    $urls[]="http://www.url2.com/";
    //Add as many urls as you want this way
    $rnd=rand(0,count($urls)-1);
    $redirect=$url[$rnd];
    echo "<html><head><meta http-equiv='refresh' content='0;url=".$redirect."'></head><body></body></html>";
    ?>

    hope this helps ;)
     
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  4. element94

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    Thanks for this one. Is there a way to show google.com or whatever as ref url ?
     
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    I'm not sure whether that would be possible or not to change the ref url. Anyway I'm sorry I have no idea how you could do this...
     
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    Using that code above from Zak_A above my browser gets stuck in an endless loop. I am running php4 I believe, can anyone help plz?
     
  8. Butler

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    If you are using links yes, stuffing images, no.
     
  9. drori

    drori Newbie

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    Hi

    I think (please correct me if i;m wrong) there was a typo in Zak's code,

    and it should have been

    $redirect=$urls[$rnd];

    instead of

    $redirect=$url[$rnd];



    but in any case, i'm still getting this error:

    [h=1]Not Found[/h] The requested URL /.$redirect. was not found on this server.

    - the link i was placing is a full url to a different website


    ideas/suggestions ?
     
  10. gentam

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    you are wrong
    it is just a value he set
     
  11. RushingWind

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    I'm sure someone already told him that 5 years ago.