Insane Ad's

Discussion in 'Forum Suggestions' started by yahooadam, May 21, 2006.

  1. yahooadam

    yahooadam New Member

    Umm should the ad's do this

    seems a little excessive

  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    Of course not :) Dif you got thet once or do all pages looks like this?
  3. DTGorm

    DTGorm New Member

    Please.. kill the flash ads! Im on firefox and it extends well into the threads and makes it hard to read anything.

    Last edited: Dec 3, 2006
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Does it happen only with certain ads (e.g. from telenav), or with all flash ads, no matter from which company?
  5. DTGorm

    DTGorm New Member

    seems only to be the telenav ad.
  6. till

    till Super Moderator

    I contacted our ad agency to remove the ad.
  7. DTGorm

    DTGorm New Member

    Ahh, much better!

  8. Impulse0022

    Impulse0022 New Member

    I'm getting a "UIQ Open 2007" ad in the middle of my screen using Firefox 2.0. (Haven't tried other browsers)

    It is very annoying and makes it hard to read posts. Half of my text just posting this message is covered by the ad.


  9. till

    till Super Moderator

    Hi Matt,

    thanks for reporting the banner. I contacted our ad agency to repair or remove the ad.


  10. Zeos

    Zeos New Member

    Getting overlapping here when the following ads show up in the left column...They cut into the posts making them pretty difficult to read.
    (I'm updating this post as I browse through tonight)
    crucial (gizmo overdrive)
    crucial (ballistix tracer)
  11. till

    till Super Moderator

    Hi Zeos,

    may you please make a screenshot of the overlapping ad when you see it again and send it to me as PM?


  12. Zeos

    Zeos New Member

    I just started a reply and noticed the ad to the left right now (goto meeting) doing the same thing.

    It doesn't really seem bad here, but when it happens while reading a thread it tends to cut the first word or 2 on each line off.

    I'll attach this screenie to this post.

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  13. danf.1979

    danf.1979 ISPConfig Developer

    If thats CSS based, it can be fixed with
    overflow: hidden;
    in the parent div.
  14. ego

    ego New Member

    wow, usually I see "It's your browser, use a different one, we are not having the ads removed"

    <3 howtoforge
  15. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    I'll check if we have to fix our CSS styles. From what I see in the screenshot, that skyscraper has a width of 160 pixels where it should have only 120 pixels. Seems the adserver delivered the wrong skyscrapers... :(

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