Nitpicking is a time-honored tradition of science fiction. Asking your readers not to worry about the "little things" is like asking a dog not to sniff at people's crotches. If there's something that appears to violate natural laws, then you can expect someone's going to point it out. That's just the way things are.
XD_ERROR_XD wrote:uhh... this doesn't really look like an issue for me...
save the webpage, open up with wordpad and delete some of the scripts... it's what i do with annoying surveys which never disappear after filling in...
sure, the page might look wierd sometime, but it's worth it
kenz3001 wrote:this law will take down internet super giants like YouTube, FaceBook, Twitter ... it has already affected file host MegaUpload (were i keep all my big files like my RenX installer) just because of people uploading copy righted media when it should be the uploader to blame not the host ... this is like buying a car and having a crash and taking the car manufacturer to court when it was driver error not a mechanical failure at fault ... but this law will give the power to basically take down any server / host in any country not just the USA
ALL internet websites are built 100% from scripts.
as long the website exists (so the scripts are still there), you can ALWAYS change them, as long you save the page as a seperate file.
this ''pop-up'' (or barricade) has a website as source. just try to find the scripts in the huge list of them, save, and open with IE.
Jam wrote:Heh, ignorance is bliss.
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