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Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? #2931944
06/10/21 11:49 AM
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Ok, not car related..but it is a Question and hoping for an answer!

Very annoying that when a page is loaded, the page "jumps" down and you end up clicking somewhere you didn't mean to. Anyone else experiencing this?

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2931954
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Originally Posted by TheOtherDodge
Ok, not car related..but it is a Question and hoping for an answer!

Very annoying that when a page is loaded, the page "jumps" down and you end up clicking somewhere you didn't mean to. Anyone else experiencing this?




Just about every site on the internet does this, it's an attempt to get click-on/visit "counts" for advertising/sponsor sites to continue funneling sponsor/ad $$$$ , and hopefully pull in an interested fish as well.... and yes it's very annoying, just like those other infolinks that dot the pages with crap

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: DAYCLONA] #2931986
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It's excited to see you !

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: topside] #2932003
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rolleyes Is anyone else's browser excited to see them?

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2932010
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If you're using an ad-blocker that could be why.
The one that I use simply blocks the ads but the space where the ad would be isn't always there at first and then it seems like the page is kicked down and a blank box where the ad would be is there.
If you click on a post link before the whole page loads you end up clicking on the wrong link even though it looked like you were clickimg on what you wanted to see.

Yeah, it's very annoying.


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Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: SNK-EYZ] #2932015
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Mine does it.

Also if you have the main page scrolled down at all it will make it jump when you click and go into any of the forums.

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2932040
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9/10 if I don't wait 30 seconds before clicking a thread it'll jump to infolinks and it'll open a new window. Normally it'll be the difference between me adding to the thread and getting irritated and just logging off.


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Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2932047
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Every device I use to view moparts, whether I actually log in to the site or not, does this loading jump. Its the only website I frequent that does it. I'm not using an ad blocker.

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TC@HP2] #2932054
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With an AdBlocker, it doesn’t happen on here.


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Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2932065
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Good to see you back James. wave


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Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: an8sec70cuda] #2932076
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Originally Posted by an8sec70cuda
Good to see you back James. wave


wave Been a while! Bought the turbo truck back about a year ago!

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2932137
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No other sites I visit do this, just this site.


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Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: GODSCOUNTRY340] #2932139
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I had the same problem on a lot of sites, Adblocker solved it.

Joe

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2932162
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This is the only site that I look at that does it.

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: 1972CudaV21] #2932182
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Originally Posted by 1972CudaV21
With an AdBlocker, it doesn’t happen on here.


Using Firefox and their ad blocker it still does it to me. whistling


Kayse can't keep up at all now. lol
Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: DAYCLONA] #2932194
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Originally Posted by DAYCLONA
Originally Posted by TheOtherDodge
Ok, not car related..but it is a Question and hoping for an answer!

Very annoying that when a page is loaded, the page "jumps" down and you end up clicking somewhere you didn't mean to. Anyone else experiencing this?




Just about every site on the internet does this, it's an attempt to get click-on/visit "counts" for advertising/sponsor sites to continue funneling sponsor/ad $$$$ , and hopefully pull in an interested fish as well.... and yes it's very annoying, just like those other infolinks that dot the pages with crap


fact!!!!

I don't have to worry about ads popping up but the 'jumping around' still happens on the phone...get none of it on the computers.
Some sites are far worse. One particular site I no longer visit has threatened to ban anyone who even mentioned ad blockers. The idiots couldn't admit to why the site traffic dropped like a rock.



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Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2932212
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Originally Posted by TheOtherDodge
rolleyes Is anyone else's browser excited to see them?

Mine. Because of that infolinks crap. And no, I can't install an ad-blocker at my office.

Re: Why does this forum "jump" when you first load it? [Re: TheOtherDodge] #2932262
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Originally Posted by TheOtherDodge
Originally Posted by an8sec70cuda
Good to see you back James. wave


wave Been a while! Bought the turbo truck back about a year ago!


Welcome Back, that Turbo Dakota is awesome, glad you got it back.


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