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Useful Quizilla trick

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kahve123, Oct 8, 2009.

  1. kahve123

    kahve123 Newbie

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    I wasnt sure where to post it here or to social networking...
    anyway when submitting an article there is a little div code you can
    use. by this way entire quizilla menu will disappear in the entire
    browser there will be only your article and your links :)
    When using this trick put a link on top or close to top of your article
    my CTR from quizilla is over %60

    <div style="padding: 201px; font-size: 18px; z-index: 1231; left: -154pt; position: absolute; top: -101pt; width: 1040px; height: 3055px; background-color: white;"<p align="center"><a href="yoursite.com/yoursubpage.html" target="_blank"><img src="anyimage.jpg"</a/><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Your Anchor</a></div></div>
     
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  2. icky25

    icky25 Newbie

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    I wonder how fast they'd catch on to this.
    But thanks for the trick!
     
  3. kahve123

    kahve123 Newbie

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    yeah use this method if you are after a fast catch
     
  4. irie08

    irie08 Junior Member

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    Interesting trick...did you just think of this? I wonder how people figure these thing out sometimes...
     
  5. Willsa43

    Willsa43 BANNED BANNED

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    Nice trick! But hope it may end very soon!
     
  6. netmktg

    netmktg Newbie

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    Its not just Quizilla... this can be done with any Site that allows Styles and Z-index. If Z-index is not allowed, it can still work in another way using "overflow: hidden" and nested DIVs (Outer Div has Height less than Inner DIV Topmargin)