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Thread: unwanted ad links

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    Default unwanted ad links

    A site I have done for a client has been showing up with unwanted ad links within the text. Certain words are underlined and if clicked, sent to a new site. Does anyone know how I can prevent this? It is not a wordpress or blog site.

    Thanks for any help!

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    It sure sounds like you have had your site hacked. I recommend that you start here on what to do.

    My website was hacked. What should I do?

    Unfortunately there isn't much we can do to help. This is a user to user forum.
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    Okay. The odd thing is, I don't see it. My client sees it on her computer, but I have checked on several computers with different browers and have yet to see it. Could it have anything to do with the fact that she's viewing it thru Internet Explorer on AOL?

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    That could possibly mean that it is an ad being added by the browser rather than one that is a part of the site itself. AOL seem to do a lot of things differently.

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