|Aug29-12, 03:25 PM||#1|
Ads blocking website load
For example, when I visit any page it is a crapshot whether it loads completely or not.
It seems to depend on what I get in the 'ad' header section. Most ads are fine, the Puritan Vitamin one is not okay. I just get the ad head, and IE says, "done". I have to punchctrl-R until I get a suitable heading. This is not painful for me.
Yes, I do know that supporting PF will get rid of the ads, but if this occurs to new users they are not going to stay very long.
I would assume this is an artifact of the firewall I am behind, except that there are only 2 sites that do this, PF and gocomics.com. (Hmm. Is there a deeper meaning here?) The 20+ others that I use regularly never have a problem.
Thanks for looking.
|Aug29-12, 03:29 PM||#2|
Odd. IE has had some criticism, maybe it's a problem on its side? I don't think I've encountered this problem, so either Safari's better at loading webpages or I haven't encountered this ad. This is just a wild guess, though.
|Aug29-12, 03:40 PM||#3|
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Thanks for notifying us. I'll email it to the ad support team and ban the ad.
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