I've just received the following e-mail:
"One of our customers was checking our banner systems on our website [ [mydomain.com
...] ] and
noticed the following:
With Norton's Internet Security enabled - it removes all advertisements
including advertising banners. Since our banner systems are probably stored
in a folder titled banners, it would not show him the pictures - as they
would have been catagorized as advertisement banners by the Norton's filter."
The way the site is structured is I have the root directory that includes top level pages (like home, contact etc) and the images directory for those pages. Then there is a sub-directory for every product category that also has its own images directory. Since it is not mentioned what happes with other categories I am not sure how to go about fixing this thing.
The banner products are indeed stored in a folder named "banners", but again, the whole thing has absolutely nothing to do with advertising. Banner stands just happens to be a type of product the company is selling.
So my question is: what are the criteria used by Norton's Internet Security to decide wether to display stuff. Is it the name of the folder or the fact that it is all in sub folders?
(edited by: DaveAtIFG at 8:57 pm (utc) on Mar. 19, 2002)