realcoder — 2011-10-04T14:26:44-04:00 — #1
i want that
i want to know that is this possible that i can run any url or file on back end without knowing user with his ip mean
i hope you understand
as free hosting sites do earn money with their web hosting users traffic
thats what i want if using any php code
that if some open index.php
i can also excute index2.php
but without knowing user
pmean if i use iframe and include index2 in index.php user can know about that when that will be loading in browser loading bar where show loading files urls
so any idea how to load file without knowing user?
smftre — 2011-10-04T18:59:12-04:00 — #2
That was really hard to understand..
You may want to take a look at the following 2 functions: exec and shell_exec
l4dd13 — 2011-10-05T11:10:32-04:00 — #3
Could you try to explain your request more clearly?
realcoder — 2011-10-05T15:49:48-04:00 — #4
well my mean to say is simple
i want that if i browser index.php page from my browser
my index2.php autmatic load but don't show in browser loading bar but that got use with my ip
mean if in my stat i see that 2000 people access index.php there also become the same stat for index2.php
well one way is possible i use iframe with 0 width but that's not working for me because when index.php will be loading in browser that will also show the files of index2.php
that simply i don't want that browser show index2.php files
i hOpe u guyz undestand will help me thanks
l4dd13 — 2011-10-05T16:58:37-04:00 — #5
Why are you wanting to hide content from the user?
smftre — 2011-10-06T04:50:24-04:00 — #6
You still havn't explained why you are hiding content but.... you could always use an iframe like so:
<iframe SRC="index2.php" WIDTH="0" HEIGHT="0" FRAMEBORDER="0"></iframe>
realcoder — 2011-10-06T09:19:46-04:00 — #7
for increasing my impressions but don't want that index2.php also load on the same page because that heavy the page so want file load but not in browser so if you really any authenticate answer u can tell me iframe is not working
smftre — 2011-10-06T09:23:40-04:00 — #8
You could use php to load the page into a variable like so:
$index2 = file_get_contents("index2.php");
...but I have a feeling that if you don't render it to the browser you won't get that extra impression..
jv1 — 2011-10-06T17:00:18-04:00 — #9
I don't think it is possible to load another page behind the scenes without the user ever knowing. If you use iframes or ajax, the user can see that activity in their loading bar and/or firebug.