What e-mail program do you use?
The problem might be there. I don't get any banners. I only get a
link at the bottom of the e-mail. I have to take the effort to open
that link in order to see the advertisement.
My advise: change the settings in your e-mail program and your
computer will not open the adverts.
>It seems I don't have any power over what banners they show you.
>Those things are usually derived randomly or from
>cookies and scripts that tell them your url history or what you may
>be interested in, so it's strange that such
>things are appearing on your site. I will try to contact
>yahoogroups, but the the best thing to do in the meantime
>would be for you to complain to yahoogroups.
>> Dear Matt,
>> Everyday when I visit Gothic-List, there is an advertisement in
>> red from AllPosters.com which flashes lewd pictures of topless women
>> in my face (which I really don't appreciate). Other Yahoo sites seem
>> to be able to stop these advertisements from coming in by putting a
>> (decent) picture in this spot on their homepages. Please take some
>> action to correct this situation.
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