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  1. #1
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    Question Trouble Viewing Ad on My Computer
    Hi,

    I belong to Commission Junction. The majority of the ads I posted on my site from Commission Junction I can not see from my computer. I went over this with Commission Junction, disabled SpySweep and Norton AntiVirus, got rid of cache files. I was referred to my service provider (SBC-DSL) and they could not resolve it. I then went to Site Build It where my site is hosted and they could not resolve it. I know that other people can see these ads on other computers. I also tried other browsers such as Firefox but it did not show there either.

    Any suggestons?

    Thanks.
    Gregg

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    There is something on your computer blocking them. Try removing the size attributes from your html code ie: width="xxxx" height="xxxx"
    I bet if you remove that from the code you will see them.

    And....Welcome to ABW
    Last edited by UncleScooter; September 26th, 2005 at 12:54 PM. Reason: welcome


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    "An Englishman In New York" TJ's Avatar
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    Ditto what UncleScooter said, and if you want to send me an email with your page that has the offending banners, I'll gladly double check them for you
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    Gregg,

    You disabled spysweep, but you might still feel the effects. Look at your site management folder in exploder and see if there is anything listed there

    go to internet exploders tools/intenet options/privacy/sites

    Who do you have blocked if anyone?

  5. #5
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    Thanks for your help UncleScooter, TJ and mrbshouse. Removing the size
    parameters did make the ads appear. I checked for any blocking in Internet options/privacy/sites and it was set to accept all cookies.

    Gregg

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