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3rd January 2012, 12:41 PM
A lot of links are sent to DEFAULT site:

DEFAULT site Q=4600% Proud=2300%

other sites Q=0% Proud=0%

How works clicks skimmed? :confused:

On my TGP I've set this url: /cjoverkill_ioncube52/out.php?url=#url#&p=70

3rd January 2012, 02:44 PM
First of all, make sure that you used add site to add your sites to CjOverkill.

For example, if your site is http://www.example.com then you should add http://www.example.com via add site and then make sure the CjOverkill files are uploaded to that same site.

Then you must add the in.php include to the files you want to track incoming traffic.

For example, to that site in.php... according to your directory structure it should be:

include ("cjoverkill_ioncube52/in.php");

In any case, the best option to avoind some tracking problems depending on the server php config is to move the CjOverkill files to the site main directory and use:

include ("in.php");

In any case, if it works ok with the previous example, then it's not a problem.

Your out.php call is correct.

If you still get problems, feel free to elaborate a bit more or just hit me on ICQ 171216535

4th January 2012, 10:09 AM
Thank you for your answer, I've made all you have wrote

I've included in.php with <!--#include file="in.php" --> on my shtml page

Then I've added 2 new sites with Add Site ( ID 2 and ID 3) but there are no clicks to this sites.
Clicks are only sent to DEFAULT site (http://bookofsex.com)

4th January 2012, 03:15 PM
Make sure that your server can process .shtml pages. Most modern installations don't because shtml is quite old standard.

If in doubt, just use the php include and change your page to index.php and see if that way it works.

Also make sure that you are giving the correct path to the in.php file.

4th January 2012, 03:25 PM
As for the bookofsex, feel free to take a look at the IP filter. Probably your IP got filtered.

Then do site edit and change the default filter url and alternative out urls to some of your sponsors. Just don't point them to the same site you are editing, that would cause a loop in the filter and will make google and other search engine spiders unhappy.