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    croupier is offline Public Member
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    The GPWA have been working on a script to disable Ezula & Surf+ and the full details can be found at:



    www.casino-help.com/misce...ller.shtml



    Although there is a 'killer' that uses the refresh method this has a number of associated problems:



    (1)...Refresh might cause problems with search engines



    (2)...Refresh messes up your stats



    (3)...Websites that advertise by number of banner views will be in major trouble with their advertisers if they use the refresh method.



    Craig Miller - Casino-Help.com</p>

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    Those of you using Craig's great script might realize that you are losing valuable exit traffic, that is to say that if a surfer visiting your site does NOT have ezula installed the onunload="ezula()" does not get triggered. I've modified the script to rectify this problem.



    in scumware.js make these modifications

    under the variable listings add the line var exit=true;

    in the function ezula() after the comment //replace URL ... add the line else clean();

    now add the following at the end of the script



    function clean(){

    var url = ' your exit page URL';

    var win =

    'status=1,location=1,scrollbars=1,toolbar=1,

    directories=1,menubar=1,resizable=1'

    if (exit)

    open(url,'nameless1',win);

    }



    and thats it! Now when "normal un-ezuled" surfers get to your page you can send them whereever you want if they leave your page.



    ANOTHER IMPORTANT FACT

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    Netscape 4.72 (and maybe even other versions) does NOT understand "JScript" so change the line





    language="JScript" SRC="url-to-scumware.js">





    to



    language="JavaScript" SRC="url-to-scumware.js">





    in your HTML pages..



    Cheers



    Tony




    Edited by: <A HREF=http://pub66.ezboard.com/uanthonrust.showPublicProfile?language=EN>anthonru st</A> at: 8/24/01 3:20:56 pm

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    croupier is offline Public Member
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    Thanks for the additions anthon.



    My idea was to create a script that would be invisible to the surfers without scumware installed, because many webmasters want to redirect to a scumware alert page. But if you are redirecting to an aff casino then this modification should work well.



    Thanks :smilie:



    Craig Miller - Casino-Help.com</p>

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