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Setting Up Page For a Redirect Page For a CPA Offer

PhP Redirect
Html Redirect

This is a quick rundown on what to do to hide referrer information so your link appears more user frinedly


Use this code:

<META HTTP-EQUIV="refresh" content="0; URL=htp://">


save this code as a php or html page


A PhP Redirect and a Meta Refresh has some differences.

A redirect can still log referrer information. What this means is that your Affiliate Managers can and will see exactly where your traffic is coming from.

A redirect simply **redirects** thru one of your domains and can still display information that will let people who need to know who are looking, to where you been dropping your links.


Just load this file below into a text file and name it whatever you want with a .html or .htm extension.

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" " ">
<html xmlns=" ">

<meta http-equiv="Refresh" content="0;URL=htp://">
<title>SITE TITLE HERE</title>


In case you wanted the PhP Redirect code as well here is the code:

<?php header("Location: Your AFFILIATE LINK HERE"); ?>


Save in a text file, load up to your server and rename it whatever you want with a .php extension


Meta Refresh

A meta tag belongs within the <head> of your HTML document. When used to refresh the current page, the syntax looks like this:

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="600">

It tells the server that the page is going to be reloaded or sent somewhere else.

The heart of the issue:

While the reload option is useful, it is usually not what webmasters want from the meta refresh tag. In order to redirect to a new page, the syntax is nearly the same:

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="2;url=htp://">

The content attribute:

The only difference is in the content attribute.

content="2;url=htp://" The number is the time, in seconds, until the page should be redirected. Then, separated by a semi-colon (;) is the URL that should be loaded.