| 7:23 pm on Jan 18, 2006 (gmt 0)|
are you running any kind of ad blocking software?
| 7:33 pm on Jan 18, 2006 (gmt 0)|
The only thing that I have on my computer is Norton Anti-Virus Software. It is very effective at screening out viruses, but triples the time it takes to bring up any file.
I don't think it blocks ads. It does put perceived junk mail in a separate folder.
| 7:37 pm on Jan 18, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Oh, by the way. My Internet Explorer shows some of my ads and not others. All ads are visible on other people's computers. However, I have found two other computers of friends where the ads do not show for them either. But on everybody elses, they appear O.K.
| 7:54 pm on Jan 18, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Norton AV blocks ads in it's default setting based upon the sizes of the banner /image ..amongst other things.. such as the file name and or the directory that the image is in ..
Which is why some people can see your ads and others including you can't see them ..
| 8:08 pm on Jan 18, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Thank you for your help. This blanking out effect is not restricted to ads. It happens with other links in my site as well. And, it is always in a link that is conncected to a picture in some way. However, most of my picture links are visible. If it is the anti-virus software, is there a way of removing the ad blocking feature, without affecting the anti-virus protection?
(This Webmaster World is really good. Is there a website like this for installing software problems and helping with Windows Explorer Problems?)
| 8:31 pm on Jan 18, 2006 (gmt 0)|
I tested the Internet Explorer on my computer at home and it showed all of the pictures from every website that I looked at. The only things that it did not show were the pictures coming in over the email service. And then it showed little "X"s in little boxes and gave me the option of viewing them by right clicking. Every one came up when I clicked on them.