casinomeister said:This is weird. Are you using "banner killer" software? This may explain this since all of these links are tracked using banner tracking software. What browser are you using and what version?
drkasper said:This really does sound like a Norton Internet Security/Firewall issue that, by default, blocks 'ads' including text links. A lot of PC's nowadays come packaged with Norton with the default already set
Its not just a case of disabling the Firewall - you have to disable the Ad Blocking Feature
Bastards! This will take some time to redo, and so will the text links.Disgruntled said:You have a folder called banners, this folder s images are blocked by NIS. If you were to rename this folder to a term not picked up by NIS then you would not have this problem.