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Carl Saganos:
Hello to you all. This is my 1st post!

Anyone knows the simplest way to deal with URLs like

http://www.kickme.to/something

The real URL is disguised in a 100% width/height frame.
Here's the code...


<FRAMESET  ROWS="100%,*" FRAMBORDER="no" FRAMESPACING="0">
    <FRAME NAME="KICKME_MAIN" SRC="http://255.255.255.255/folder/" MARGINWIDTH="0" MARGINHEIGHT="0" SCROLLING="auto" FRAMEBORDER="0">
    <FRAME NAME="AD_BOTTOM" SRC="/ad.html" MARGINWIDTH="0" MARGINHEIGHT="0" SCROLLING="auto" FRAMEBORDER="0">
</FRAMESET>

You see the http://255.255.255.255/folder/ but the URL in the browser still shows the http://www.kickme.to/something.

Another similar situation is with this code


 <NoFrameset frameborder="0" framespacing="0" border="0" rows="100%,*" noresize>
    <frame name="getoutofthissourcecodebastard_frame" src="http://www.255.255.255.255/folder/index.htm" noresize>
    <frame name="getoutofthissourcecodebastard_blank" src="blank.php" noresize>
    </NoFrameset>

The Url is http://something.abc.net (shown in the browser's address bar) but the actual URL is http://www.255.255.255.255/folder/index.htm

I tried some technics based on the "DeFramer" and the "Convert Frames to Links" filter but I am not happy at all with the result.

Is there a way to surf normally and just see the *REAL* URL and not the dummy-one?


P.S. I am a great fan of Proxomitron. It is irreplaceable!

Carl

Zhen-Xjell:
There are some convert frames to links filters in my ZXlist if that is something you want to give a try.

Welcome to Arne's!  Pull up a sofa.  ;)

Carl Saganos:
Thanx for the Welcome Zhen-Xjell!

Unfortunately, I already tried your "full configuration" file in the ZXlist
with no Luck in my problem.

Here is a "real life" example.
(I'm sorry for the pirate/warez content)

The link is: http://freewarez2000.6x.to
It is a Redirector.
The real (temporary though) URL is http://utenti.tripod.it/obox823hvmx/disclaimer.htm
but the address bar of MSIE shows all the time the redirector, because there is a 100% frame inside, with the real link.

The annoyance is that you can't for example save the full page, or process it with a download manager, without knowing the actual URL, and till now, the only way you can view it, is by viewing the HTML source of the page.

Carl





 

Jor:
If you use Opera, you can right-click in the main page and select "Frame - Maximize" to strip the frame from the frameset.

I do not use the MSIE browser myself (way too insecure... if I could, I would delete it from XP), but I have been told there is a 5.x powertoy for it that does the same (and the toy also should work on 5.5 and 6.0).

 

Zhen-Xjell:
I can't upload a file here, but when I enabled Part 1, 2 and 5 for Convert Frames to Links and Frame-To-Links filters, I get a web page with the real links to the pages, and I can click them and get the real deal.  They are in my ZXList.

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