03-19-2004, 03:14 PM
Is there some effective working way to defeat of ads frames automatically put on a html page by server? They insert a plenty of a unnecessary code, increases traffic, resend confidential info to spammer etc.. As to remove it's impossible, perhaps there is a way to defeating it using code(to neutralize it, make invisible to the user), not influencing the page code.
03-19-2004, 03:54 PM
The only ethical and effective way is to move your pages to another server that doesn't insert additional garbage into your page. Any attempt to disable such is a violation of the terms you accepted when you first decided to use their site and asking for our help in violating those terms is also a violation of the terms you accepted when you joined this forum.
Give up attempts at disabling those ads and take a quick look at the various hosting options which are often listed here in similar threads :) and you can find a host without this problem in the first place.
03-19-2004, 05:14 PM
It seems, but you have not understood a problem, unfortunately.. It not so simple as it seems. Following yours logic, it's necessary to disregard outflow of confidential data, other huge damage rendered by the perverted ads? This brings vaste and irreplaceable damage.
03-19-2004, 05:47 PM
Well then plasma;
Using your logic. It is ultimately your fault that your users are subjected to the ads by agreeing to the ads being placed on your pages in exchange for free hosting.
03-19-2004, 06:17 PM
I did not misunderstand the problem, you misunderstood the answer.
It's simply unethical to block the advertisements you agreed to host by using a free (or inexpensive) hosting service. If there's damage occuring it's because YOU are using that service.
The simple alternative is to use a different hosting service that doesn't insert advertisements and thus doesn't do that kind of damage.
A search of this forum would help you find many such hosting services.
That's the same message I gave in my previous post, hopefully this time you'll understand what I meant. Good luck to you in getting your web pages to a safer place.
03-19-2004, 07:18 PM
03-19-2004, 07:19 PM
You run the risk of being banned merely by posing the question. READ THE FAQs. READ ALL THE STICKY THREADS. ALL OF THEM, NOW.
03-19-2004, 07:24 PM
Originally posted by plasma
Try asking a question worthy of discussion. :rolleyes:
03-19-2004, 07:38 PM
What the concrete point I have broken?? I have asked a wrong question ?? And what questions at you are considered as "correct" "??
03-19-2004, 08:09 PM
Your being refered to rule 1.4
And as all the others have said if you have agreed to a TOS that stipulates that there will be hosted adds on your side trying to circumvent it are to be considered illegal. If you don't want adds find a pay host.
The money generated from the adds hosted are the money used to make the service free for you.