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    im looking for a way to create a link back to a website after a viewer has hit a link to another site. Ive seen them typically at the header but i cant find any info on this and was looking for some direction.


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    About the only way I can think of is through the use of a frame.
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    tutorial direction perhaps??


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    That would only work if the user was on the same site. You're talking a different site.

    That's why this would only work with a frame. You'd set one frame at the top with your information, and a frame at the bottom with the other guy's site.
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    And then it only works if the site is not running a frame breaker... One of my clients sites was being framed by several sites that just wanted to display the content...

    A frame breaker will just cause the page to load in a new window.

    If you're going to frame someone else's content, you should probably discuss with them before hand, if it's part of a link exchange exchange, you definitely want their permission...

    Just my opinion anyway

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    That, too...but in this case, it's this or spidering a page, displaying content as your own and messing with it. That's never fun.
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    Yeah...

    The XML Dom thing works... But I spent about a month of my free time once with Regex filters, etc. Trying to manipulate and display data correctly. Got it to work, but way too much of a pain.

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    Amen...since there are about a billion ways to code a web page.
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    client wants to send guests from his site to his suppliers site and im stuck with how to provide a back link



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