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How To Mask A URL?

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Ms. missy

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Hi,

Hope this is the right place to post my silly question.

Is there a script I can use to upload to my server to forward and mask an affiliate page with my domain name?

I used to do it a lot a few years ago with other sites, but now that I'm trying it with another site is not working :(

 

I was told that the affiliate page I'm trying to mask with my domain name is an SSL and that is impossible to forward and mask such site with my domain name. But the affiliate url site opens with both http// and https//

Is there a way to accomplish what I'm trying to do? :)

 

If it helps, the PATH of the affiliate page I'm trying to mask is:

 

http://subdomain.maindomain.com

 

AND

 

https://subdomain.maindomain.com

 

Thank you in advanced,

Missy


Edited by Ms. missy, 14 August 2015 - 07:00 PM.

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amarkkassery

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One way that I know to mask is by using frames. However frames are not supported by a lot of browsers anymore (especially newer browsers).

 

Check this link for some info: https://en.wikipedia...World_Wide_Web)


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