Power Pro 256
Everlast management - please "do the right thing" and remove these extremely annoying pop-ups from your web site, at least on your forum pages, rather than forcing everyone to have to reconfigure their web browsers to block them.
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Though I also dislike the bar and have blocked it, I understand why it is there. Social Media is huge in this current time for business growth. I personally do not hardly touch a social media site but the impact these have now days has gone un-real in my mind. At work, we have recently developed into our software ways which we may block access to specific features of big social media sites network wide. Social Media has become a huge marketing tool.
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I second jakeru here. Do the right thing, and turn it off.
Power Pro 256
NoScript is a great tool to monitor what scripts run from sites in your browser. Not a bad thing to know. Simple to enable sites you frequent.
Some reading is required to use it like everything. I do not bank over the internet myself. I order things and deal with the problems that causes, took years before I would even do that.
Usually when something doesn't work (like embedded videos or scribd type stuff) you can guess which ones to grant temporary permissions to for it to work.
On a side note, does anybody know what the 'cdn' I keep seeing in domain names stands for? (i.e. googlecdn.com, facebookcdn.com etc.)
It appears to be a strategy for bandwidth-intensive content providers to speed delivery, by sending data from the server nearest to the user, for instance.
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That banner is gone, but now pictures don't come up when I hover on them. Anybody else have this problem?
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Thanks for doing the right thing. Everlast is one of the only companies that listen to their costomers.
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