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i have a big (i pod) advertisment on my yahoo home page and I went to my setting to be sure that my "pop up blocker" is checked ,i just got the problem

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i have a big (i pod) advertisement on my yahoo home page and I went to my setting to be sure that my "pop up is checked, I did not have this problem until I was logging on and my screen went upside down. HOWEVER< this problem DOES NOT OCCUR on explore ONLY ON Fire Fox

i have a big (i pod) advertisement on my yahoo home page and I went to my setting to be sure that my "pop up is checked, I did not have this problem until I was logging on and my screen went upside down. HOWEVER< this problem DOES NOT OCCUR on explore ONLY ON Fire Fox

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jscher2000
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Is this a banner that runs along the bottom edge of the Firefox window? If so, sounds like this thread: How do I stop all those annoying, very thin popup banners that show up at the bottom of the page? I am tired of these unwanted banners.

Is this a banner that runs along the bottom edge of the Firefox window? If so, sounds like this thread: [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/939510 How do I stop all those annoying, very thin popup banners that show up at the bottom of the page? I am tired of these unwanted banners.]
jscher2000
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Actually I just saw the ad. It's part of the page served by Yahoo. There is a small gray "X"-in-a-circle button to make it stop animating, but you might need an ad blocker to prevent it from appearing in the first place.

Actually I just saw the ad. It's part of the page served by Yahoo. There is a small gray "X"-in-a-circle button to make it stop animating, but you might need an ad blocker to prevent it from appearing in the first place.