How To Cloak With Dreamweaver – Black Hat Style

How To Cloak With Dreamweaver – Black Hat Style

By | April 29, 2010 at 12:00 pm | One comment | Online Marketing | Tags: , ,

I recently sat in on the Black Hat/White Hat session at SAScon in Manchester and whilst I learnt a few tidbits of information I was very dissapointed that no-one mentioned that you don’t need to have any technical knowledge – all you need is Dreamweaver (in my case Dreamweaver 8).

Black Hat Cloaking with Dreamweaver 8

Right Click File -> Cloaking Options


Obviously, I’m taking the piss and meant to be tongue-in-cheek, but I had to have a little chuckle when I saw this in the Right Click menu.
The cloaking option is in fact to stop you moving folders from your local copy to the live server that might not actually be needed on the live website.

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Kev Strong

Kev Strong is an online marketing consultant at Newcastle Upon Tyne based digital marketing agency, Mediaworks. A lover of all things search and an ex-web developer, Kev Strong (a.k.a Goosh) is a specialist in advanced search engine optimisation.

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