STrRedWolf wrote:...lets dig into that second, embedded #document. Go into the HTML node, then look at every SCRIPT node. Forget the ones that don't have a src attribute -- they're useless. We want the ones that get pulled in. There's a few comming from "gavads" but the number at the end will change. We need the last gavsad****.js URL with the number at the end.
Here's the bugger! As I said, it'll change with different ads and at different times.
STrRedWolf wrote:Let's do it this way: A graphical trip down. Here's the first part, using my own site here on CG. I've opened it up with a Monster ad on it, and already drilled down into that IFRAME with the "ks_da" ID on it. You'll then see there's another #document in there...
Noise Monkey wrote:I don't know what the banner is, but something is hijacking my site. Every time I try to go to it (http://www.dimbulbcomics.com) I get bounced here
The site it sends me to (in Firefox and IE) seems to be rather pop-uppy, so click at your own risk.
Chaos Cricket (remember him?) also has the same problem on a different computer. In a different state.
Komiyan wrote:What I said.
Do people really have major problems with the ones that're just Pocky and lunchboxes? Because when you click on the ad, you have the choice of visiting the normal J List or the over 18s J List, which has all the porno items in. It makes the inappropriate stuff very easy to avoid.
I understand concerns with ads like the one with the big butt in a bikini and the upskirt thing.
Silfedac wrote:Am I the only one who notices the frankly disturbing banner at the top of the page?
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