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Posted on 2001-08-07
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Hi,

I have a site hosted by angelfire. Is there a way to move its popup to the back ... i dont want to get rid of it or anything .... just out of the way until the visitor leaves my site.

Thanks

Anything other than the full code would not get the 150 points*
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by:a.marsh
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mmm...are you sure that doesn't go against any kind of agreement with angelfire?

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by:dech
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Hi again,

I have no idea m8 ... i thought the idea was not to kill its ad. Nothing about anything else i think?

Dech
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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Definitely puts us on the edge of helping violate a user agreement.

dech,

The price you pay for a "free" WEB page is you carry the advertising.  There are enough sites in trouble because of the loss of advertising revenue, with out us helping you to hurt a site that is providing you with "free" resources.

Cd&
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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BTW,

If you read the agreement, any interference with the popup is a violation of the agreement.

Cd&
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by:dech
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First thing, your right of course.

Second thing, i am grad to see that this help site hasnt degraded as much as i thought. There was a time at the beginning when all ppl wanted to do was to help and not care as much about points. Looks like some ppl here (such as ur selfs) are still holding onto those values.

Thankyou for ur time.

Dech
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by:a.marsh
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Thank you for the compliment. :o)

Is this worth 0 PAQing Cd&? Or delete?

Ant
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by:raizon
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Ant I would say 0 PAQinng, its good that others have the opportunity to see that integrity still exists in EE.
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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Absolutely! :^)

Bet it gets a smile from teacher_mod.

dech,

If you don't mind, I'll have the moderator refund your points and then save this to the PAQ; it's a good thing to refer too, when we forget why we are here.

Cd&
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Watch this for quick service.  I was already monitoring it.

And yes it bring a smile to my face :o)

Everyone can be proud of this Q.

teacher_mod
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by:dech
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Because ur always helping me and i might need more help later on ... i will let u share these points anyway

:)
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by:a.marsh
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What a team!!

:o)

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by:dech
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wot the!!! ... ok .... maybe not

LOL

c ya around
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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It's okay, the points are in respectable hands.

Cd&
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