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    Hello,

    my have just received an mail by commission junction that the deleted my account because of adult popups on my websites like on <deleted> . But I never put any adult popups on my pages !!! please look at the sourcecode to see. some members of the forum (haiko, callmeshoe...) already told me that they were seeing popups on my designer shoes site. but i dont see any popups on my page when i surf on it and i have never put any popups on any of my sites. do you know what this could be ?

    please somebody help me im really angry now.

    see also this topic: http://abw.infopop.cc/eve/ubb.x?q=Y&...=519108934&p=1



    See also this topics

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    It's coming from your worldtracker counter at the bottom of your page. Get rid of it!
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    Cosmo:

    I only took a few moments to look at your source code, but it looks like this code:


    <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" SRC="http://www.worldtracker.de/counter.php?sid=284116130"></SCRIPT>

    Is prompting the pop-up.

    I copied the source code into my HTML editor and the ad popped up on preview. After removing the code above, it did not. That's as scientific as I can get.

    If I'm wrong, there are many people much smarter than I who can help you get to the bottom of this.

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    Well it's something on your site because my computer is clean and when i went to your site i got a pop up for a Terabyte of Porn.

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    Yeah,
    I just saw a REAL nasty pop-up. But it sounds like Deb found the culprit!!

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    i am going to get rid of it immediately. thank you soooo much !!! do you think cj will reactivate my account after i have removed everything ?

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    quote:
    Originally posted by Cosmo:
    i am going to get rid of it immediately. thank you soooo much !!! do you think cj will reactivate my account after i have removed everything ?


    Post a new thread ask Todd to help you reactivate your account! I see he is around so if you post a new thread and put title "Todd or Scott help me" you might get help sooner.

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    I would recommend providing CJ with a link to this thread which should provide enough evidence for them to reinstate you.
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    Yea, I had a similar confusing experience with a pop-up from a script to prevent parsing or something ( wasn't an adult pop-up though) that I posted about here a while ago myself. They don't turn them on until later sometimes. You got watch out for these types of tricks from free sources for sure. Kind of reminds me of the signature I have.

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    ok.

    i think i fixed it. the old counter is kicked and i now have the nedstat (no popups right ???). could someone please try if he is still seeing the popups. thanks.

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    Cosmo, you're ok, no popups now.

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    Cosmo,

    Try http://sitemeter.com

    They're free - great stats - NO pop-ups.

    Been using them for years.

    I just emailed the owner (always a helpfull guy) [oops! that was a curse word 'till I redid the spelling!]to look at this thread.

    Good Luck,
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    Billy -

    DO you check your Sitemeter stats against your raw server logs? Depending on where you place the site meter code and how well the site meter servers are doing, I've found they only report about 30% of my actual visitors. I still use it on one site because it's quick and easy, and it gives me a quick view of some recent referrers, etc, but I definately do not trust the numbers....

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    Oh good, if the Sitemeter guy stops by, would he please give me an update on when SM5 will be back from the recovery shop. At this point I'm wondering if it would be best to open a new account for my site.

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    @ at: thanks for checking.

    the sitemeter counter looks great, but if it really tracks only about 30 % of the visitors i need to keep nedstat on my pages. but nedstat wont open popups on my pages right ?

    p.s.: oh no !!! google indexed many many pages of me overnight im receiving good traffic but my cj account is deleted !!!

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    another sitemeter question:

    do i have to put the code only on the index page of my domain or do i have to put it on every subpage of the domain to get tracked every visitor ?

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    have you tried using cqcounter? They dont show advertising unless you click on the counter to access your stats, then you get a pop under. They seem ok, though I'm fairly new with them

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    when cj reactivates my account will everything be the same ? i mean my earned amount of money and all the partner relationships with the merchants, so i dont have to replace allt my links ?

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    The sitemeter code has to be put on every page you want to track. Thats part of the problem with sitemeter and any other online stats service - if you put the code at the bottom of a large page and your visitor clicks through to another page before the code loads, they are not tracked.

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    thats bad. what do you think of clickalyzer ? is it worth paying the monthly fee ?

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    Do you have access to your server logs? I think thats the best way. Most hosting providers will give to access to the log files via FTP, usually in a /logs folder or something similiar. These are the files produced by the web server for each and every request to your site. I go through my raw logs by hand every day usaing Excel, and I also use software to produce reports from them.

    There are quite a few programs you can buy to do log file analysis, and there also some good open source / shareware apps that can do the same. WebTrends is a really great app, but it's a bit pricey...

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    yes, i do. and i have just tried it for the first time. youre right the logfiles provide lots of useful information. i think im going to take a look at webtrends if it isnt too expensive. thank you very much

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    You might also look at an inexpensive log analyzer program called Happy Log. It runs on your PC.

    It's pretty simpleminded, but it does what I want. It's available from www.axolot.com.
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    thank you very much mike, im already downloading. i also want to test AWStats, but im having a little problem : http://abw.infopop.cc/eve/ubb.x?a=tp...8294#536108294

    does anyone have a clue ?

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    I had something similiar happen with Google Adsence on one of my sites. I was seeing some of their ads promoting legal council for sex ofenders (on a site of mine that was for clothing sales of all things). Instead of waiting for Google to return my inquiries, I simply deleted the page. It was not CJ I was worried about, it was my customers and the search engines.

    I think all of these are good lessons that we need to check and double check the pages we create on a routine basis. Obviously CJ does (and I commend them for doing so). I just hope CJ has some method where as if one does get dropped you can submit a request to be reinstated.

    Good luck and hope all turns out well.
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