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HELP!? Is there no Hover Ad software for mac!!!???


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I can't find any anywhere. Its been so frustrating to find all of this cool software to use for my site and its all for PC. And the best "advice" I've gotten is, "oh, you should never run a website on a Mac!"
Well, that's all I got right now and i like it, so does anyone have any suggestions!?
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How about "Don't use hover ads - they're horrible"?

But you could use Windows software under parallels or VMware to generate your ads...

Seeing as how a hover ad is basically just dhtml or javascript or thelikes, you could also just hand-design one...
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How about "Don't use hover ads - they're horrible"?
Exactly, along with all other ads web sites use.

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I can't find any anywhere. Its been so frustrating to find all of this cool software to use for my site and its all for PC. And the best "advice" I've gotten is, "oh, you should never run a website on a Mac!"
Well, that's all I got right now and i like it, so does anyone have any suggestions!?
Can you post the website you are building so I can block it now. I'd rather save the annoyance later.
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LOL, too funny BMF. LOL Cool points added.
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Can you post the website you are building so I can block it now. I'd rather save the annoyance later.
ROTFL

Ditto for me.
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Can you post the website you are building so I can block it now. I'd rather save the annoyance later.
Yeah, add my ditto to that also. I make a specific point of finding alternative sites to ones that use floating ads.

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