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I just found the solution myself. There is no way to modify the referer using PHP, as this is being sent by the browser. The script I posted above is basically the same script, just without Step 1, posted by @honyovk on Stackoverflow in this topic. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6428762/hide-referrer-on-click/11249553#11249553 And probably the idea is ...


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I always lean towards a server side redirect for this sort of thing as well. The only possible disadvantage I could see (though I don't consider it one) is that by using server side 301's your affiliate links aren't likely to get indexed in Google. If you don't care about getting your redirect links indexed then it seems to me that a server side redirect is ...



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