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    Changing proxy script layout

    I have the WhiteFyre script and I've uploaded it temporarily HERE however I want to edit it so it is like this site: www.FoxyProxy.net

    How am I able to hide the options or place them in a dropdown bar like the above site has done?
    Hi, I'm Khalid who runs Ethan Hardy Ltd and Freelance Content.

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    are you referring to the "More Options [+]" item underneath the search box?

    If so, this is a simple show/hide script, found at any google search near you.


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    A proxy site was given to me as part of a package (for another site I purchased) and somehow it's starting to get traffic! It's running the whitefyre script as well.

    For some reason, the uRL form doesn't show at the top of the screen. Instead, the user fills out the form once then surfs as long as they want without seeing thhe form, or any ads.

    How can this be modifed?? I can't find the documentation! thanks
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    Yes.. I have a similar problem. My site www.proxyforall.com and others use the php proxy script.... and the url_form sometimes appears on the browsed page and sometimes it doesnt...

    So I want it to appear always and all the time! Is it possible...? Please tell me how?

    The url_form in the cgi proxy script is perfect... it appears always when you browse!

    So let me know if anyone knows about it.

    BYe

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    Life is short. Be happy today! silver trophybronze trophy Sagewing's Avatar
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    Help! Anyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagewing
    A proxy site was given to me as part of a package (for another site I purchased) and somehow it's starting to get traffic! It's running the whitefyre script as well.

    For some reason, the uRL form doesn't show at the top of the screen. Instead, the user fills out the form once then surfs as long as they want without seeing thhe form, or any ads.

    How can this be modifed?? I can't find the documentation! thanks
    not only is the off-topic of the original thread, it is a PHP issue, not a JavaScript one. It is a problem with the writing of the proxy script itself. If the body element does not have a background attribute, the header will not be shown. You can go into the source and change it, or pay a programmer to do it. I figured it out and hacked it on mine a while ago. No, I won't do it for you, I don't have time nor do I have the script anymore; sorry.

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    Life is short. Be happy today! silver trophybronze trophy Sagewing's Avatar
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    Well, at least you were polite about it. Thanks.
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