02 October, 2008

The surprise of surprise

I know I shouldn't be, but I'm surprised that Ted E. is surprised to discover the reason something isn't working is because he's doing it wrong.

His self-righteous rant is just starting to gather momentum when he actually looks at what he's complaining about.

"Oh. It's my fault."

6 comments:

Sevesteen said...

Are the pop-up ads on purpose?

Argh said...

No, they're not, and they're annoying the hell out of me. I'm trying to find out what setting has changed to enable them - I half-suspect it's something tucked away under Google Analytics.

Steve Walsh said...

If you view page source, they're being launched by a blogger widget called
"_WidgetManager._RegisterWidget('_BlogView', new _WidgetInfo" that has a whole bunch of references to "AdStart" in it.

Not sure if that helps, but it looks like it's blogger.com putting them in.

Argh said...

Steve Well that's annoying - I was pretty sure it was Blogger embedding the code (they did it to a friend of mine a couple of years ago), and it doesn't look like there's anything I can do in the editable parts of the template to get rid of them.

klc said...

The Noscript addon for Firefox blocks these quite well (I didn't know it was happening until I read the comment). I can read the blog without any problem despite the fact that I have blogspot forbidden.

caircair said...

Isn't it fun when someone FINALLY sees the light -- even if it only shines for a moment or two?