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  • Toolbox
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    I'll try to explain it as simply as I can. Put it this way lets say you have an image or an animated item on a website, within the code that places thast image on the website you can add more code (scripts etc...) that tells that image how to behave and what it can and can't do.

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  • Paul G
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    Originally posted by Bodica View Post
    I'll take your word for it; you're the techie.
    'Morning Paul.
    Wow, you're an early-riser, aren't you?
    What time zone are you on?
    (I'm on Central.)
    By the way, could you please explain code-embedding to those of us who are less technologically-gifted?
    And how did those banner ads get on your site without your permission?
    Did you e-mail them, and give them a piece of your mind?
    That's a little more than I can explain in a post here. But I spend hours working on all that every week.

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  • Bodica
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    Originally posted by Paul G View Post
    I don't think you are seeing pop ups.
    I'll take your word for it; you're the techie.
    'Morning Paul.
    Wow, you're an early-riser, aren't you?
    What time zone are you on?
    (I'm on Central.)
    By the way, could you please explain code-embedding to those of us who are less technologically-gifted?
    And how did those banner ads get on your site without your permission?
    Did you e-mail them, and give them a piece of your mind?

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  • Paul G
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    Originally posted by Bodica View Post
    As a pop-up.
    I also once saw a pop-up ad on this site for a stripper-pole.
    I thought that website administrators had the final say on what ads could and could not appear on their site.
    Btw, Could spam have something to do with the smilie glitches?
    I don't think you are seeing pop ups.

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  • Paul G
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    Originally posted by Toolbox View Post
    Could it be possible that since some of these ads come from external sites that the people there embedded codes into the ad to launch pop-ups?
    No, when I embed the code from my ad networks I set it to not allow any pops.

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  • Paul G
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    Originally posted by Bodica View Post
    I just saw a Google ad at the top of about 3 pages on here, that said:
    "Native American Powwows. Compare prices, products, stores, and save. www.Shoping.com".

    Ah.
    And here's two new ads:
    "Established Men: Sugar Daddy Dating. Where successful men and beautiful girls meet. Establishedmen.com"

    "FlirtyGirlFitness: Are you fit to Strip?"
    (the first one was a banner ad, the other one just now popped-up inside my first post on this thread. )
    Please tell me Paul G. did not approve these.
    Those aren't pop ups. A pop up is one that opens in a completely seperate window.

    Yes, I can block them. It's not simply, but I can block it.

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  • Paul G
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    Originally posted by Bodica View Post
    Hi Toolbox.
    'Nice to meet you.
    I'm not sure; programming is not my forte'.
    I was under the impression that companies and organizations are required to first get permission from the owner or owners of a website, before they could advertize on it; and that website owners/administrators had the ability to block any unwanted ads from their sites, and take legal action against any companies or organizations that try to get around this.
    Being responsible for a website must be a real pain, sometimes.
    Sometimes!

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  • Bodica
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    Originally posted by Toolbox View Post
    Could it be possible that since some of these ads come from external sites that the people there embedded codes into the ad to launch pop-ups?
    Hi Toolbox.
    'Nice to meet you.
    I'm not sure; programming is not my forte'.
    I was under the impression that companies and organizations are required to first get permission from the owner or owners of a website, before they could advertize on it; and that website owners/administrators had the ability to block any unwanted ads from their sites, and take legal action against any companies or organizations that try to get around this.
    Being responsible for a website must be a real pain, sometimes.
    Last edited by Bodica; 05-14-2009, 03:57 AM.

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  • Bodica
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    I just saw a Google ad at the top of about 3 pages on here, that said:
    "Native American Powwows. Compare prices, products, stores, and save. www.Shoping.com".

    Ah.
    And here's two new ads:
    "Established Men: Sugar Daddy Dating. Where successful men and beautiful girls meet. Establishedmen.com"

    "FlirtyGirlFitness: Are you fit to Strip?"
    (the first one was a banner ad, the other one just now popped-up inside my first post on this thread. )
    Please tell me Paul G. did not approve these.
    Last edited by Bodica; 05-14-2009, 04:10 AM.

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  • Toolbox
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    Could it be possible that since some of these ads come from external sites that the people there embedded codes into the ad to launch pop-ups?

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  • Bodica
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    Originally posted by Paul G View Post
    Did you see this on the page or as a pop up?

    As a pop-up.
    I also once saw a pop-up ad on this site for a stripper-pole.
    I thought that website administrators had the final say on what ads could and could not appear on their site.
    Btw, Could spam have something to do with the smilie glitches?
    Last edited by Bodica; 05-14-2009, 02:13 AM.

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  • Flying_Raven
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    i just saw in the add area (don't know it its an IT term or not)
    it read:
    " Internal error, Yaws code crashed "

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  • steelemagnolia63
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    only ads that I have ever seen on here are the banner ads, I have never seen a pop up ad..... I do have my pop up blocker on most of the time....

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  • Paul G
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    And we don't have any pop up ads here. That's why I'm asking.

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  • Flying_Raven
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    seen it on the ads section(s) i can't get pop ups have them blocked
    Last edited by Flying_Raven; 05-13-2009, 11:33 PM.

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