Proper way to block banners

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RNiK

Proper way to block banners

Post by RNiK »

Browser: Firefox 3.0.11 and Firefox 3.5
O.S.: Windows XP Pro SP3
Site: http://g.e-hentai.org/ (WARNING: adult content!)
AdBlock Plus 1.0.2 + Element Hiding Helper 1.0.6

The above site got banners from www.adbrite.com. Every banner is contained in an Iframe that is contained in a div without id.
Blockable Items menu doesn't list any *adbrite* entry.
Element Hiding Helper want me to block something like g.e-hentai.org##TD or g.e-hentai.org##DIV but obviously both those filters are wrong (too generic).
Strangely, the "Adblock Frame" context menu entry is not available right clicking on those banners. :?: (see screenshot below)

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It's the first time I encountered this kind of banner; any ideas how to block them?

Thanks for the attention. :wink:
Fox
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Post by Fox »

Open Blockable items list (CTRL+Shift+V), and see if there is Frames and/or Scripts that can be blocked.

Anyway, these are rules i made.
3 blocking rules:

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||e-hentai.org/imp2/*.php*
||e-hentai.org/mb/text_group.php?sid=*
|http://g.ehgt.org/img/yah.gif
1 element hiding rule, (i made it with Element hiding helper):

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g.e-hentai.org##DIV[style="margin: 1px auto 3px; height: 334px; width: 732px; background-color: rgb(92, 13, 17); position: relative;"]
I am not sure if everything works there now, but it looks like it.

ps: Adblock Plus i use, is Dev Build:
http://adblockplus.org/development-builds/
Wladimir Palant

Post by Wladimir Palant »

Why not hide the frame rather than the DIV?

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g.e-hentai.org##IFRAME[name^="AdBriteFrame_"]
Anyway, this frame is being blocked with the current Adblock Plus development build and EasyList - there seem to be a redirect here, the development build catches those.
RNiK

Post by RNiK »

With the code posted by Wladimir I've been able to get rid of centered banners. 8)

To disable lateral banners I've used this code:

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|http;//etc.e-hentai.org/imp*
Thanks for the support. :wink:
macbeton
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Re: Proper way to block banners

Post by macbeton »

iframe blocking doesn't work.
Try boot.lv

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<div style="width: 100%; text-align: center; padding: 5px 0 15px 0;"><!-- posts -->
<iframe id='a703d720' name='a703d720' src='http://ads.image.lv/www/delivery/afr.php?zoneid=6' framespacing='0' frameborder='no' scrolling='no' width='728' height='90'><a href='http://ads.image.lv/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ae6622d9' target='_blank'><img src='http://ads.image.lv/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=6&n=ae6622d9' border='0' alt='' /></a></iframe>
</div>
How can you block the annoying banners iframe?
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Re: Proper way to block banners

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If you subscribe to the Adult List Does it improve?
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Re: Proper way to block banners

Post by macbeton »

Why would I subscribe to some adult list? I don't visit porn pages. I want to block that iframe, thats all. So? Can iframes be blocked or not?
Wladimir Palant

Re: Proper way to block banners

Post by Wladimir Palant »

They sure can be blocked - and EasyList already blocks them for me. I'm not sure where to find these iframes on the page - but you can certainly find them in the list of blockable items (press Ctrl+Shift+V) and block from there (double-click an entry).
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Re: Proper way to block banners

Post by fanboy »

RNiK wrote:Site: http://g.e-hentai.org/ (WARNING: adult content!)
macbeton wrote:Why would I subscribe to some adult list? I don't visit porn pages. I want to block that iframe, thats all. So? Can iframes be blocked or not?
Wladimir Palant

Re: Proper way to block banners

Post by Wladimir Palant »

Thanks, fanboy, I confused macbeton for the author of this thread.

@macbeton: Please stop hijacking unrelated topics for your questions (particularly not some that have been resolved a year ago). If you have a question and cannot find an existing topic dealing with your problem (not something that sounds remotely like your problem but your problem exactly) - create a new topic. If in doubt - create a new topic. You will be much more likely to get an answer and will save other people's time as well.

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