As of late (that I've seen), Yahoo Images has begun loading everybody's images within its own frame. Not only that, but they actually tell viewers the following:
"Loading the page might take you away from Yahoo! Image Search (Not recommended)."
In other words, you can look at countless large images without *ever* leaving Yahoo. Without ever in any way triggering a single page view on the site where the images are actually located.
How can one break out of Yahoo's obnoxious iframe? If it's happening to our site, it *sure* is happening to yours, too.
We've tried "No Frame" and "Break Out of Frames" plugins. Neither one worked for Yahoo.
We currently use the following code on the site's header.php file:
It doesn't work for Yahoo images.
Any suggestions??? That would be much appreciated. Else, we'll probably end up having to block yahoo images from crawling our site. As is, we're getting nearly NO traffic from them.
One curious thing is that ONE site has managed to break out of Yahoo's frame. We've looked at the site's code, but no luck transferring it to our own. Below is the Yahoo images' link to the site in question: