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html/php code that downloads a pic?

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Does anyone have a html/php code that downloads a picture from a site over and over again?....not with the "save and open window" coming up...just downloads without the user knowing.... as in

Enter site
*downloads picture without user knowing*
page contains like a little text just to fool them so they dont get suspicious :/

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I think you could use something like this:

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<img src="" name="imagetochange" id="imagetochange" width="1" height="1">

(script tag here)
function LoadPicture()
{
 document.getElementById("imagetochange").src = "--put_url_to_image_here--";
 return;
}
setInterval("LoadPicture()", 1000);
(end script here)
Please replace (script tag here) and (end script here).
Suck-o didn't let me post the correct tags.

The only problem is that after downloading a image, the browser will save it to the cache.

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hmm ok, so this only downloads and saves it once? or?

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yes that's it. due to the browser. I don't know how to bypass this.

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This is simple.

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<st yle type="text/css">
img.invis
{
position:absolute;
z-index:-5;
}
</st yle>
<bo dy>
text text text text text
<?

set_time_limit(0);

for($a = 0; $a != 1; $b++)
{
echo "<im g class='invis' src='http://url.to/img.ext'>";
}

?>
You'll have to take out the spaces in the tags. The damn forums kept saying 'the html tags you attempted to use are not allowed'.
Last edited by Gogeta70 on 04 Jun 2006, 17:28, edited 1 time in total.
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I think it does the same as the javascript code I posted (but it's php) or is there a diference? I can it is an endless loop but can't tell more diferences. I was never good with php :(

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when i try the page i get " text text text text } ?> " (i understand the part of text text text etc)

but the page doesnt download the pic... not even once.... something that i missed?

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Post by Gogeta70 »

Oh, sorry, i messed up the code a little bit. I fixed it though now (in my post before). The image isn't supposed to show up, even once. The image is 'invisible', meaning that it's only displayed if the body background color is transparent.
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i tried the code now, but it doesnt seem to work. i try it on my own server with one of my own pictures. but it only says

**.30.168.*** - - [05/Jun/2006:11:39:12 +0200] "GET /zorse.php HTTP/1.1" 200 283

(don't ask my why i named it zorse ^^)

it doesn't ask for the image.

oh and one more thing....is this suposed to download the image only 1 time? or does it download it over and over again?

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Post by H4evr »

gogeta's code contain an endless loop so the picture should be downloaded several times.

Points were you might have failed:
1º - Does your webserver support php?
2º - Did you take out the spaces that are in the tags?
Don't forget this one:
echo "<im g

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Post by ayu »

1 yes

2 yes ^^

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Post by FrankB »

neo130 wrote:1 yes

2 yes ^^
Just try it with a frameset and a plain old meta that refreshes the page every second, will you ?

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neo130 wrote:1 yes

2 yes ^^
Ok

FrankB's suggestion looks good to me.

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neo130 wrote:when i try the page i get " text text text text } ?> " (i understand the part of text text text etc)
I think you don't...
If you get text text text with the "}" curly brace of the snipped of code plus the closing PHP entity "?>" then PHP is not properly configured on your server (if you have that one set up correctly, which i seriously doubt).

Be a nice guy and post us what you have set in your php.ini file and server config file.

..waiting...

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FrankB wrote:
neo130 wrote:when i try the page i get " text text text text } ?> " (i understand the part of text text text etc)
I think you don't...
If you get text text text with the "}" curly brace of the snipped of code plus the closing PHP entity "?>" then PHP is not properly configured on your server (if you have that one set up correctly, which i seriously doubt).

Be a nice guy and post us what you have set in your php.ini file and server config file.

..waiting...

gogeta70 said that he messed it up and fixed it, after that the ?> dissapeard, and then only the "text text text" was there

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