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Korkstand
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It's not like I'm not a patient man, but c'mon say something

Well, what you're asking for is quite a bit more than just editing some HTML. There is some back-end coding going on to pull that together.






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Jahel
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Korkstand
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figured ad hosting would be a copy paste industry standard
layout would be Generic web site creator 101(did it in college, but don't have programs now)

The ad code isn't a problem, Google makes that simple. Neither is the layout. I'm talking about the (presumably) PHP on the server side that pulls in the foreign site url to load into the iframe. You also mentioned putting it on a timer, which brings javascript into the mix.
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If you don't want to, that's fine.

Like I said, I would spend 10 minutes. That is, until you started with the "copy paste" and "web site creator 101" patronizing. That type of site would take me at least a few hours, if not a few days if I couldn't find any sample code. I just don't have experience with that type of thing. There are probably tons of copycat sites out there. Just link to the site you're trying to copy in your Guru ad, you might get a bite.

And by the way, I don't really see where you intend to place ads.






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Korkstand
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You should probably explain that you want the function of the site, not the topic.

And I will explain again in case I wasn't clear before: this is not just your basic modifying of HTML. That site has a server-side script, the source of which can't be viewed. It is probably just some very simple PHP, and with a little googling I can probably remember how to parse a URL in PHP and place it into the iframe src tag, but I'm just not interested enough to try. Sorry.

Also, your own addition, while also probably just being some simple javascript, still brings yet more code and another language into play.

Last, but not least, your goal here seems to be to make money with ads, but this type of site will surely violate Google's Adsense terms.

If you still want to move forward, put in your ad that you need a script that takes an arbitrary URL (which is appended to your own URL) and places it into an iframe. You also need to overlay an image, which will be hidden to start, that will unhide after a given period of time.






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