Re: OFF TOPIC: web servers (was Re: Tokana webification progress report)
|Date:||Saturday, November 14, 1998, 15:54|
>>How? If you disable your browser's Java you don't get the popup windows,
>>but is there a way to get rid of them for Java-enabled browsers? Tripod
>>puts the Java code on each page, so you can alter it so that the popup
>>won't work -- I think the server just refreshes the code every now and then
>>anyways, though, so it wouldn't do any good.
>The Webpage author has to disable the pop-ups by placing the alternative
>banner ad on the page (it's called a geoguide - if your page has a geoguide,
>then it doesn't launch the popup window when it loads). There's nothing you
>can do from the client side to disable just the popups.
z!mpl! hav 1 v!ndou opn huz name tag = dze pop up v!ndouz name tag
d!sz kausez dze popup v!ndouz 2 load !n dze [v.zmall] alread! opn v!ndou.