posted on Jan, 15 2013 @ 09:58 PM
Originally posted by jasonl1983
reply to post by Cito
I installed Greasemonkey and the element you recommended, as well as NoScript. The dead zone on the left and right is still a hotlink with an
invisible image, it just seems immune to anything I am doing. Thanks for the tips, though!
Update- None of your tips worked but I got an extension called BlockSite plus and it worked like a charm!
edit on 14-1-2013 by jasonl1983
because: (no reason given)
ah ok glad that way worked for you, it seemed to work for me, the block element I added after right clicking and "inspect element" then manually
adding their code into the blocklist worked for me.
it's stupid, silly and for ad sites like google adsense it's against the rules.
I have a single text ad on my website, and google adsense rules state that I can't ask for clicks, I can't trick people into clicking the ad, I
can't make the entire background of my site a clickable for the ad or use any tricks to get clicks I can't directly link to my adsense ad or Google
has the right to refuse payment and/or delete my adsense account.
I've got paid 3 times they send a check or direct deposit once you hit a minimum revenue of $100.
So that's the rules at least for Google Adsense.
the crap they pull on ATS with tricking links, obfuscating backgrounds to trick people into clicking ads, and ad begging and threatening users who use
adblock software should be illegal, and I wouldn't be surprised if it is indeed against the EULA of the ad service sites.
I know adsense, amazon and doubleclick services are very strict on their rules and they do have sections for reporting abuse.