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kaspersky ?

I don't use Kaspersky, hence I'll need some help. :)
toyo might help

i tried to exclude nsane but it not worked

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Wait. anuraaag, you replied to a post from 16 July ;)

With what can I help with ? :)

i want to exclude nsane from kaspersky antibanner

can you check if its working or not.

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i want to exclude nsane from kaspersky antibanner

Might be difficult...

You see, I don't think it's possible to achieve this without globally allowing Googleads.

If you add to the Allowed list *nsanedown.com* and *nsaneforums.com* it won't be enough, because although you are allowing the sites, the google ads will get blocked. You have to allow *googleads* / *googlesyndication* too. Which will permit the Google ads to appear on other web pages too - not nice...

Maybe it's possible, but I just don't know how...

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i want to help nsane thats why i already disable my adblock

see this

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i love nsane that why

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I'm gonna update this thread as soon as I get some good time.

These are the things planned:

Update:

Adblock+

NoScript

Ghostery

AdThwart

AdBlock

Ad Muncher

Add:

Adblock+ Chrome

Adfender

Do Not Track+

Adguard

Any suggestions?

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We are funded solely by unobtrusive ads, so please whitelist our domain in your AdBlocker. How? Find out here.

I was directed to this post by clicking on a link in the above quote after the quote appeared on the main page in response to me adding the nsanedown domain to my list of "Restricted Sites" in my web browser.

Any web page that is boobytrapped with "rollover ads", "mouseovers" and forced advertising is restricted in my browser.

I should not have to tolerate garbage being shoved in my face every time I move my mouse.

I have no objections to passive advertising, but strategically placed pop up contents are as annoying as political ads.

I do not use an ad blocker and cannot see why I should have to continously add software just to enjoy pleasurable web browsing.

I should be able to move my mouse and navigate web sites without being "attacked" by advertising.

This automatically makes me blacklist whatever product is being forcefully shoved in my face.

My next option is to completely disable "Active Scripting".

Done

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We are funded solely by unobtrusive ads, so please whitelist our domain in your AdBlocker. How? Find out here.

I was directed to this post by clicking on a link in the above quote after the quote appeared on the main page in response to me adding the nsanedown domain to my list of "Restricted Sites" in my web browser.

Any web page that is boobytrapped with "rollover ads", "mouseovers" and forced advertising is restricted in my browser.

I should not have to tolerate garbage being shoved in my face every time I move my mouse.

I have no objections to passive advertising, but strategically placed pop up contents are as annoying as political ads.

I do not use an ad blocker and cannot see why I should have to continously add software just to enjoy pleasurable web browsing.

I should be able to move my mouse and navigate web sites without being "attacked" by advertising.

This automatically makes me blacklist whatever product is being forcefully shoved in my face.

My next option is to completely disable "Active Scripting".

Done

Please, do tell: how is our site 'boobytrapped' with ads?
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We are funded solely by unobtrusive ads, so please whitelist our domain in your AdBlocker. How? Find out here.

I was directed to this post by clicking on a link in the above quote after the quote appeared on the main page in response to me adding the nsanedown domain to my list of "Restricted Sites" in my web browser.

Any web page that is boobytrapped with "rollover ads", "mouseovers" and forced advertising is restricted in my browser.

I should not have to tolerate garbage being shoved in my face every time I move my mouse.

I have no objections to passive advertising, but strategically placed pop up contents are as annoying as political ads.

I do not use an ad blocker and cannot see why I should have to continously add software just to enjoy pleasurable web browsing.

I should be able to move my mouse and navigate web sites without being "attacked" by advertising.

This automatically makes me blacklist whatever product is being forcefully shoved in my face.

My next option is to completely disable "Active Scripting".

Done

Please, do tell: how is our site 'boobytrapped' with ads?

adware probably... scan your computer for spyware etc..

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This is not adware.

This is the obtrusive + SHARE f t EMAIL mouseovers place at the bottom right of every post on the main page.

It is annoying and obtrusive. Period.

If you call this adware, then that's what it is.

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Everyone agrees: ads are annoying, right? You never actually click on them and they are of no interest to you at all. This is why having an Ad-blocker might be an good idea. However for many sites their only source of income is advertisements, and blocking them might affect the site's future (you don't want your favourite website to disappear do you?). Some sites even implement blocking mechanisms which won't let you view the site without viewing the ads, but that's not the way to go, if you ask us.

There are sites which have pop-up ads, ads covering the whole page, pornographic ads or ads that won't go away without opening another window, in short: annoying ads. There are also sites which just have simple, innocent, text-based ads. Many of these sites would very much appreciate it if you would whitelist their domain and maybe even give them the odd click, in return they will be able to keep providing their service to you and other visitors.

Here is a simple guide on how to disable Ad-blockers (only on pages you whitelist), we've shamelessly used our own site as an example, of course.



AdBlock Plus (for Firefox):

AdBlock Plus makes it extremely easy to whitelist a domain. For instance go to nsaneforums.com or nsanedown.com, right-click on the large, red ABP stop sign icon and pick "Disable on nsaneforums.com" or "Disable on nsanedown.com".

<img src="http://imgur.com/2gqZN.jpg" />



NoScript (for Firefox):

There are two ways to whitelist a site in NoScript. First way: go to your favorite site, right-click the NoScript bar and select "Allow on nsanedown.com" (nsane.down is your favorite site, no? Posted Image). Another way is to right-click the NoScript bar, go into the Preferences, click on the Whitelist tab and then write the site's address and press "Allow".

<img src="http://imgur.com/Goxz6.jpg" style="float: left;" /><div style="width: 10px; height: 1px; float: left;"></div><img src="http://i.imgur.com/qHw3F.jpg" style="float: left;" /><br class="clear" />



Ghostery (for Firefox):

There are two ways here as well. Left click on the Ghostery icon on the lower right corner when you're browsing a site you like (nsane.forums, maybe? :rolleyes:) and press "Whitelist Domain". And the other way is to Left click the icon, go into the Options, Whitelist tab and enter the site's address manually.

<img src="http://imgur.com/BIxA3.jpg" style="float: left;" /><div style="width: 10px; height: 1px; float: left;"></div><img src="http://i.imgur.com/LQa8d.jpg" style="float: left;" /><br class="clear" />



AdThwart (for Chrome):

Right-click on the little red devil in your location bar and choose "Options." Click on the "Whitelisted domains" tab. Input, for instance, nsanedown.com.

<img src="http://i.imgur.com/FOubJ.jpg" />



AdBlock (for Chrome):

By default, AdBlock doesn't expose an icon like AdThwart does. To access its options, you have to right-click on the "Wrench" icon in your toolbar and choose "Extensions." Then click on the "Options" button next to AdBlock. Go to "Excluded Sites" tab and input the site you would like to support.

<img src="http://imgur.com/FMO42.jpg" />



Ad Muncher (any browser):

Ad Muncher is an ad filtering proxy for Windows 98 through Windows 7. Right click the cow icon in your taskbar and choose "Configure", then click on the "My Filters" tab and press "New". Suppose you'd like to see our ads then put nsanedown.com or nsaneforums.com (or even both!) into the first fields and pick "No filtering on URL" in the second (dropdown) field and click "Apply".

<img src="http://i.imgur.com/Kel8A.jpg" />

Credits: parts of this guide were based on an article from Ars Technica.

Done

Thanks

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Done

Thanks

Hi, please just use PNG for images such as screenshots, as they're much cleaner that way.

Reference @

http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/30941/whats-the-difference-between-jpg-png-and-gif/

In addition to being an excellent format for transparency, the non-lossy nature of 24-bit PNG is ideal for screenshot software, allowing pixel for pixel reproduction of your desktop environment.

P.S.

That site link was just one example, found from:

google.com/search?q=JPG+vs.+PNG
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@nimd4: Thanks for the suggestion. Will do. I have it in my to-do list of updating the guide. :)

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Hm I have nsanedown allowed in ABP in a long time now, but now this is shown?!

We are funded solely by unobtrusive ads, so please whitelist our domain in your AdBlocker. How? Find out here.

Wtf?

See below, ad is displayed, I still get this message...

Edit: Seems to be fixed thx :D

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Hm I have nsanedown allowed in ABP in a long time now, but now this is shown?!

We are funded solely by unobtrusive ads, so please whitelist our domain in your AdBlocker. How? Find out here.

Wtf?

See below, ad is displayed, I still get this message...

Edit: Seems to be fixed thx :D

Same things here with my FF. Kaspersky, Adblockplus, admuncher, noscript. Can someone help? Admuncher done, Noscript done, adblock plus done.

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Just stumbled across this thread .

So , someone like me who uses Hosts File as the ad blocking maneuver , i think its not possible to add a site to whitelist or disable it on a certain page .

Any idea :think:

Although , worth mentioning here is the fact --

I do disable the hosts a few times a week on nsane and some other sites (-- sites offering free PIzza coupons :P . )

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Just stumbled across this thread .

So , someone like me who uses Hosts File as the ad blocking maneuver , i think its not possible to add a site to whitelist or disable it on a certain page .

Any idea :think:

Although , worth mentioning here is the fact --

I do disable the hosts a few times a week on nsane and some other sites (-- sites offering free PIzza coupons :P . )

True. No known way to whitelist sites when using host method.

However, one of the host file is known to block us, and, filling up the host file is known to slow things down, hence, we recommend people don't use the host file blocking method.

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True. No known way to whitelist sites when using host method.

However, one of the host file is known to block us, and, filling up the host file is known to slow things down, hence, we recommend people don't use the host file blocking method.

I kind of knew it ...

But , i know of ways to not let slow me down , While maintaining my needs ! ;)

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