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      03-06-2010, 06:33 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by solefald View Post
i guess thats a no?

can you at least give that div a name like id="twitter_bar" so i can block it with AdBlock?
I expected more from my sysadmin brethren. View the page source and find the DIV, you've already done this I bet. For the benefit of others, here it is:

Code:
<div style="background: #2bd1fb; padding:6px; padding-right:15px; color:#eee; text-align:center; font-size:12px; letter-spacing:0px;font-weight:700;"> 
follow us on twitter! <a href="http://twitter.com/bimmerpost">@bimmerpost</a> &raquo;</div>
Keep in mind I'm doing this in Chrome, so it might be different in Firefox. In Chrome, click the AdBlock Icon -> Options -> "Block an ad that the filters missed". Then under "Block ads that match this CSS selector..." cut and paste this:

Code:
DIV[style="background: #2bd1fb; padding:6px; padding-right:15px; color:#eee; text-align:center; font-size:12px; letter-spacing:0px;font-weight:700;"]
Then under "on domains that match this regex" enter:

Code:
www.e90post.com
Then click "Block it!" and you are done. Here's a screenshot of how AdBlock should look:

Name:  adblock.png
Views: 63
Size:  188.9 KB

and here is proof that it works:

Name:  proof.png
Views: 64
Size:  288.8 KB

HTH, HAND.

Last edited by radix; 03-06-2010 at 06:57 AM.