Good ? 4 The Nerds! :)

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Ok Nerdy Warriors,

Here is a GOOD ? for you!

When doing a frame redirect, you know Im redirecting my affiliate link to "mysite.com/soccer". SO, instead of my loooong affiliate link my new site "mysite.com/soccer" will stay on the new window, correct.....ok

BUT, here's the thing:

When I go ahead and try to see the 'source code' on the new window (mysite.com/soccer) I don't want to see the 'frame code' I would like to see the source code of the original affiliate link page!

Any script that will do this out there??

PLEAAAASE

Thank you so much!
Rick ◄
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay Jennings
    Are you trying to trick the person who's viewing the web site into thinking it's not a framed page? Why would you care about that? And why would they care about that?

    In answer to your question, I don't believe it's possible.

    Jay Jennings

    PS - Just in case you didn't know, using a frame to redirect people is against some TOS, for example, Clickbank. I've also seen framed redirects NOT cookie people the way you want them to.
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  • Profile picture of the author Damien Roche
    There is really only one way to do this and that's via PHP. It means you don't require an iframe. It's a different method of embedding somebody else's site in your site.

    I will dodge the morality of this (as touched on above) because let's face it, if you want to do it, you will find out how.

    There are a number of new services coming out where you can create instant pop up opt in pages from any page on the internet and they use techniques similar to this.

    Look into php and cURL. It's quite easy to do BUT it can depend on the website. Not every website is embed-friendly.

    Damien.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andy Fletcher
      Originally Posted by Damien Roche View Post

      There is really only one way to do this and that's via PHP. It means you don't require an iframe. It's a different method of embedding somebody else's site in your site.

      I will dodge the morality of this (as touched on above) because let's face it, if you want to do it, you will find out how.

      There are a number of new services coming out where you can create instant pop up opt in pages from any page on the internet and they use techniques similar to this.

      Look into php and cURL. It's quite easy to do BUT it can depend on the website. Not every website is embed-friendly.

      Damien.
      Most importantly this will screw up cookies so make sure you know what you're doing before you attempt this as it could cost you a ton of sales.
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