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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by R Stubbs, Jul 26, 2005.

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  1. R Stubbs

    R Stubbs Thread Starter

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    I currently am have a problem with some banners on a web site not showing up.....using Windows XP home on a laptop....

    Some banners show up on the site and others don't....don't know if this is a browser settings problem or what....

    The site in question is a local Chamber of Commerce site where members join at on of three levels.....when I go to the site, only one of the levels shows it's banner....the other two levels of membership only show generic buttons instead of the members banner???

    All banners are gif format and created the same way....the various banners show up on different pages of the site.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks :confused:
     
  2. inuyasha320

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    try using another browser such as firefox.

    hosts files don't seem to bother firefox


    and if you want you can use my adblock files.

    i blocked every ad possible and made sure that it doesnt block anything usefull to. to make the file, i open about 2000 pages and block all ads.
     
  3. R Stubbs

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    Can you use both Firefox and Explorer? I have heard concerns on each
     
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