Originally Posted by ruffneck119
The above for instance would give a mouse over url for google but go to yahoo when clicked. If you use an affiliate ID then the plain url in the first link (for mouse over url) and the aff ID in the second link (to be visited). Take out the target="_blank" to open in the same window.
<a title="Click Here" href="http://www.google.com" onClick="this.href='http://www.yahoo.com'" target="_blank">Click Here</a>
Alternatively - you could link to a redirect page in a sub folder and hide the sub folder with robots.txt, that might work, then you could do a meta redirect (index.html) or have a php redirect (index.php).
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=http://www.domain.tld" />
Or there's plan 'B' where you could redirect to a blank(ish) sub folder and have an .htaccess 301 redirect, but maybe I'm just thinking too much now.