Message # 46
Got it Korijs, I'll forward it to our division in charge and get back to you with an answer.
Message # 47
Greetings. This one also is from uCoz?
Haven't changed anything for a months.
Sometimes uCoz ads are blocked by mcaffe, sometimes Kaspersky, and now ESET.
Website address - http://ucozwebmeistars.ucoz.lv
Message # 48
Korijs, sorry but there's nothing we can say from that URL itself, a screen of the ad will be something to work with.
Message # 49
I think problem is connected with this advertiser script - every time I re-load my homepage notification from antivirus shows up again and again, the same with other ucoz websites who don't have suber-duper premium. I want to call as natural death for non-premium ucoz websites, or ESET , Mcaffe and Kaspersky are bad antivirus protection programms? Ucoz community got ukit and doesn't matters now what is happening with old but good ucoz - last option to make some cash is putting some annoying ads scripts.
Aaa, and after we are trying to click somewhere there are appearing some new ads at the new window as usually that was - also with antivirus notifications. Why ucoz is only with who got problems? I don't think ucoz is only one who use some ads scripts..
Message # 50
Korijs, list the websites you have issues with the 'click anywhere' ads pop-ups, I'll see what can be done.
Message # 51
Let's start with this one - http://ucozwebmeistars.ucoz.lv
I got some questions:
1. Why website is loading so slow?
2. Why after first ads at the new window opening we got more and more ads when we are visiting website?
Some months ago I could understand if first times u click somewhere and got new ads, but unlimited ads after reloading?
try to open my website, than visit few pages or reload, again ads, such COOL STUFF!
Message # 52
1) Okay, this one actually caused by scripts you're using. I'll try to explain what I mean: https://www.screencast.com/t/avxGZNFzT6z
First of all, your website is on 43 server, not 41 or 57.
Instead of the full URL, you can use /src/uwnd.js?2 or actually type the correct path.
Secondly, http://s41.ucoz.net/src/jquery-1.3.2.js this one is outdated, you need to update it (if I'm not mistaking it can be done via the CP).
2) Regarding the ads, please provide a video of the issue, so that I can forward it further and check whether or not there's an issue.