Have they disappeared or is it just my machine ??
You're not wrong!!Lothianh said:... there is ABSOLUTELY no reason why I should have had to do that, let alone the time spent trying to figure out what had happened in the first place!! :evil: :evil: :evil:...
I agree. Profesisonal software should not block these supporting banners by default, it should however, point out easily to the user how banners and pop-ups can be stopped if they choose to do so.brasscrest said:It's an attempt by a big company to tell web designers and those of us who run free sites that we can't support ourselves by posting advertising.
Now this is an interesting one...brasscrest said:How long would tMP be able to stay up without having sponsorship?
I’d place a lot of money on a bet that it doesn’t…!brasscrest said:I wonder if the Norton blocker blocks their own ads that they buy on other sites?
Totally agree with you here.brasscrest said:Ad blockers are actually a really bad idea - they are eventually going to lead to a pay-per-view model for the Internet, where each page you view has a cost attached. I have no problem with blocking pop-ups, which can be annoying, but banner and button ads are often essential to both the financial health and the design of free websites.