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Ask Jeeves Stealing my Adsense Revenue? patski
I've noticed that ask.com seems to be overiding my adsense color settings, are they replacing my pub number with theirs also?
Doubt it, if they were it would soon lead to a MAJOR outcry.
Overriding the adsense colours? Hmm... maybe that your adsense code doesn't explicitly state the colour code? Not sure about that one.
You mean on the page where they put your page into their frameset? I'm seeing that too. Fortunately the URLs in the ads still show my publisher ID, so I guess any revenues will be mine. already on my way to implement a frame buster [ edited by: RonPK at 4:07 pm (utc) on Nov. 16, 2004] alika
Like Patski, Ask.com is also changing the colors of my ads. icedowl
We had another discussion of this back in September: [ ...] webmasterworld.com patski
That solution works great, I'll post it again here if its' ok.
jdMorgan Moderator Forum 92
if (parent.frames.length > 0) top.location.replace(document.location); // Escape from any referring site's frame, but preserve one-click "Back". --></script>
...works for me.
AskJeeves is evil. I think I'm going to frame their entire site and launch askignatz dot com. heh