Is "Content Link" something any of you recognizes?

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Mon Jan 5 17:09:32 UTC 2009


On Monday 05 January 2009, Steven Vollom wrote:
>>  Check the tools pulldown, extensions submenu,  I have (among others)
>> AdBlock-1.0, and no-script installed.  no-script can be a pita at times
>> cuz it can stop everything, but it tells you too when it does.  There are
>> several extensions, but those are the main ones.  Tools->add-ons will
>> bring up another menu with a get add-ons button, and will show you what
>> you have now along with the enabled/disabled status if its switchable. 
>> And they are all checked at startup to see if they are the latest
>> versions, if not you have the option of installing the latest right then
>> and there, before FF even opens its main window.
>
>Is there a way to remove the offending script?

That would be javascript or java itself, and the only way to stop it if they 
are enabled, is no-script, or not visit sites that cause the popups.  Let it 
install the extension, then you have real control over that stuffs.

>Wouldn't that be 
>better?  Or are there never scripts that are useful and beneficial?  I
>will follow your advice though; it sounds like a good solution.  Thanks
>friend.
>
>Steven



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