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Kondrath

Survey covers up the entire website

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Was just browsing the forums when suddenly, this giant incomplete advertisement survey slides itself into view and covers almost the whole page. 

 

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^ Hello in Epharta !

 

 

Probably a rare glitch.

 

I did not experience this.

 

Clear your cache and all that ....

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^ Hello in Epharta !

 

 

Probably a rare glitch.

 

I did not experience this.

 

Clear your cache and all that ....

 

Haha, they fixed that Epharta sign the other day. But yeah, I was going to do that a bit later today anyway. It hasn't happened more than once. 

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I'd argue that it's possibly a glitch on your side. Did clearing the cache change anything?

 

EDIT: Everything is working fine on my side. Different OS though, and different browser apparently. Chrome?

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I'd argue that it's possibly a glitch on your side. Did clearing the cache change anything?

 

EDIT: Everything is working fine on my side. Different OS though, and different browser apparently. Chrome?

 

Well it hasn't happened more than once, even without clearing my cache yet. But yeah, Win 7 and Chrome. It could just be my browser being awful.

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I get it a few times a month in IE 10

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These are normally caused by some kind of ad-generating browser plugin being installed by mistake.

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As Kathy Bates, (from the waterboy) would say, Ads are the Devil!

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Neowin does not allow full page/click to continue ads for guests or members, the most (only guests will see) is an an expansion ad that slides in and then out, but those campaigns are few and far between, and we also agreed with the advertiser that this can only happen once per 24 hours.

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