I'm not certain the script I have in mind is possible. I would like to "attach" a popunder to a link. So a visitor to a website would click on the Enter link, for instance, and the popunder would load behind the scenes while the visitor is taken to the next page. Is this possible? Would this be effective against popup blockers? Against Mozilla's built-in popup blocker? I believe it would be as nearly all blockers allow popups when a person clicks a link. In addition I would like to make this an external js file and encrypt it. And because this is for a popunder-based toplist I would then need a code generator that would take the webmaster's accountID and generate the external js file for them to link to....it would be even tighter if the js file was generated to my website/server and a unique link was generated for them to link to! : ) Pretty secure against code theives, I think. Oh, the js file would be generated to it's own directory with an htaccess file to prevent downloading. OK, so can you do this and what would it cost me? For information's sake, would it also be possible to include "randomization" in the popunder script? So that the webmaster could actually choose to popunder either one of our toplists or any combination of our lists? Um, in that case there may actually be two different accountIDs as I am running different software on our new family of 10 lists. (probably would need a list so the webmaster could either check which lists he wants to pop and/or enter his accountID in a form next to the toplist name he wants to use) **NO RUSSIAN FIRMS**
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