Iframe link cloaking is another cloaking method that is considered to be a stealth method simply because by using frames the title bar of the browser never reveals where the website visitor really is because the actual website of the cloaked link is a child of the parent which is the browser itself. In other words the Iframe link cloaking code creates a separate window within the web browser the fills 100% of the height and width of the browser.
The biggest downside to using frames is some affiliate networks don't allow the use of frames for a variety of reasons but if the affiliate program you are using doesn't care then this is a good method. The other potential downside is if the website of the link you are cloaking has code to break out of frames then, when the frame loads, the users browser will refresh to load the web address of the frame in the entire browser. You will still get your affiliate commission its just that after the refresh the website visitor will see the real web address in the browser
address bar. Not the end of the world but worth noting.
Do NOT ONLY use this method for link cloaking if you are an affiliate marketer. The reason for this is you need the affiliate cookie to be dropped onto their computer to get credit and commissions for the sale. With frames the cookie will be a third party cookie and a lot of browser are configured to block third party cookies. Keep this in mind and if you are going to use this method you might also want a hidden
affiliate image on the page as well.
Open your favorite html editor or a plain blank text file such as notepad.
Insert the following code (see below). Of course you want to substitute between the <title> and </title> tags the actual text YOU want to be in their browsers title bar and between the <iframe name=... and </frame> where it says src=' you want to insert the actual link you wish to cloak.
Save as whatever filename you wish ending in .htm or .html.