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Unless your ISP or something is blocking the burstnet.com site to load the ads from. Can you give us a screenshot of the main LQ page to take a look at it.... Cause your only going to see ads at the top of each forum page under the main logo and main links at the top of each page.
uh... that's right... I thought about real banners (the top page ones, with a lot of collors, thisone is just white with a few words.) Anyway, the ads are pop-ups in general and the banner-ads are those ugly things that take 90% of your screen... that is a little advertising piece on a non-profit web page...so it isn't much and it does not bother... If you want people to want to block them you need to set up bigger and uglyer banners...
I just checked with lynx, there was no banner (obviously) but there was a link that said "click here", when I clicked it I got: "There was an error processing your click-thru. We apologize for the inconvenience."