How to Make Your Own URL Shortener with JavaScript in Blogger


How to Make Your Own URL Shortener with JavaScript

My Backlink 86, How to Make Your Own URL Shortener with My Backlink, JavaScript - In this post I tried to create its own URL shortener using JavaScript code. If before me and you used to use bit.ly, goo.gl and the like, now I am and you will create its own URL shortener. The script that I can share is also called a URL Redirect. URL Redirection or transfer permalink actually been facilitated by a blogger, only limited on our blog, can not lead to other blogs.

If the existing CMS WordPress plugin "Simple URLs", the result will be something like with it, because I was also inspired by this plugin. If my friend do not know, maybe my friend never seen such links http://mybacklink86.blogspot.com/go/fb more or less like the picture. To be more clear, please click the Facebook My Backlink 86 below:

Facebook or http://mybacklink86.blogspot.com/go/fb

To make it, save the code above </head> .

Example One

<script language='javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
var key = window.location.href.split("go/")[1].replace("/","")
var urls={
'fb':'https://www.facebook.com/mybacklink86,
'gplus':"https://plus.google.com/+xxxxxx",
'twitter':"https://twitter.com/xxxxxxx",
'blabla':"http://xxxxx.com/",
'blabla':"http://blabla.net",
'blabla':"http://www.blabla.com",
'blabla':"https://www.blabla.us" /* the latter without coma */
}
if(key){
if(urls[key]){
window.location.href=urls[key]
}else{
document.write("'"+key+"' not found :(");
}
}
//]]>
</script>

Example Two

<script language='javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
var key = window.location.href.split("go/")[1].replace("/","")
var urls={
'fb':'https://www.facebook.com/mybacklink86,
'gplus':"https://plus.google.com/+xxxxxx",
'twitter':"https://twitter.com/xxxxxxx",
'blabla':"http://www.blabla.com",
'blabla':"https://www.blabla.us" /* the latter without coma */
}
if(key){
if(urls[key]){
window.location.href=urls[key]
}else{
document.write("'"+key+"' not found :(");
}
}
//]]>
</script>

Example Three

<script language='javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
var key = window.location.href.split("go/")[1].replace("/","")
var urls={
'fb':'https://www.facebook.com/mybacklink86,
'gplus':"https://plus.google.com/+xxxxxx",
'twitter':"https://twitter.com/xxxxxxx" /* the latter without coma */
}
if(key){
if(urls[key]){
window.location.href=urls[key]
}else{ document.write("'"+key+"' not found :(");
}
}
//]]>
</script>

Change / add the link as desired mate. To understand it, when I wrote 'fb':'https://www.facebook.com/mybacklink86' means, when accessing http://mybacklink86.blogspot.com/go/fb will lead to https://www.facebook.com/mybacklink86.