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  1. #1
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    My site has been "framed"
    While reviewing daily stats, I noticed traffic from a new link.

    It turns out someone had framed my site within their own - in a "build your own forum" site. When you click on a specific forum topic, boom, there is my site, still in their frame. And yes, there are google ads sprinkled across their site.

    I notified the service that this is a violation of the site Terms of Use, and to have it removed.

    Has this happened to anyone else..??

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    Yes I have. Just add the following code to the header of your page(s) and you site can not be framed.

    <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
    if (top.frames.length!=0)
    top.location=self.document.location;
    </SCRIPT>

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    Quote Originally Posted by kse
    Yes I have. Just add the following code to the header of your page(s) and you site can not be framed.

    <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
    if (top.frames.length!=0)
    top.location=self.document.location;
    </SCRIPT>
    Yup. Same experience and same response.
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    THANKS!!! Worked perfectly

    Site owner sent me a reply "what exactly is the problem".. now I'm not fussed in the least. This forum has become my happy place during the "work" day, thanks everyone..

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    Quote Originally Posted by teezone
    THANKS!!! Worked perfectly

    Site owner sent me a reply "what exactly is the problem".. now I'm not fussed in the least. This forum has become my happy place during the "work" day, thanks everyone..
    Your welcome, Yes this Forum is a great place I have learned alot here in the past 3 year.

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    Thanks for reminding me to do this. I'd meant to install a framebuster on a couple of sites that don't have them yet but I'd forgotten about it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by teezone
    Site owner sent me a reply "what exactly is the problem"
    That takes a bit of nerve! They rip off your content and when you stop it, they get annoyed.
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    lol, I know.. as if I'm the one at fault....

    It amazes me that someone would think it acceptable to earn ad revenue from someone else's site...

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    Wow, I didn't know such a thing could happen. Thanks for the info!

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    I'm so glad this thread was started. I had never gotten around to frame-proofing my websites. I'm working on it right now.

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    The solution is to add that javascript section to the <head></head> section of your pages?

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    Yes, add it to the head section of each page you wish to protect. It busts the page out of a frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeymourButts
    The solution is to add that javascript section to the <head></head> section of your pages?
    Yes

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    Thanks.

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    I found (another) one of these yesterday, those guys at Trailfire frame everyone's content and surround it with adsense ads.

    So I send them a polite request to stop their "member" from monetizing my copyrighted content and they send me some hokey reply about changing my robots.txt file and they include lingo describing their "service" as a search engine saying a robots.txt addition is the way I can avoid them "crawling" and "indexing" me... what a distortion of the truth!

    So they recommend I use robots.txt so that "we will ignore your site and it will not appear in the Trailfire Guide"... a "Guide"... ha! Framing everyone's content with ads is hardly a "Guide".

    Somewhere, I hope there's a hungry young lawyer that sues Trailfire - they are copyright thieves and should get whacked by a class action suit.

    Thanks for reminding me of this script!

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    Gonna add that script to the head section on all my Wordpress templates. Thanks!
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    Thanks for this information, I'm gonna add this to my site later today.

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    This is a bandwagon I'm definitely jumping on. Will get my sites fixed up asap. Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loxly
    Gonna add that script to the head section on all my Wordpress templates. Thanks!
    There is a plugin for this if you don't want to modify your templates.
    It's called Frame Buster, http://www.semiologic.com/software/w.../frame-buster/

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