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VERY GOOD js/jquery coder needed

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by afallison, May 20, 2010.

  1. afallison

    afallison Regular Member

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    i need a script that can automatically click the fb like button. basically, user goes to my page where the like button is hidden and the script clicks it for them.

    it can be done which is why i need a creative and talented coder for this. if you think outside the box on the technique to use, it will work. if you are unable to do it, don't post.

    thanks.
     
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    lool man search our JR Vip section.
     
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    Whisker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Premium Member

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    That script doesn't automatically like, it's based on another click the user has to initiate.
     
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    correct, thank you whiskerbiscuit. that code does not auto like, only hides and then executes on the click. im trying to execute the click automatically. thanks.
     
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    im aware of cross browser security, however this does not affect me since i can use the xfbml version of the button and load it into an iframe on my own server (rather than use the default iframe version from fb) without worrying about cross browser security concerns...
     
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    oh so it's posible now if the iframe is from your own domain. pm me.
     
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    pm sent.