The journey across the expanses of the Internet sometimes leads to some difficulties. One of them is the spontaneous opening pages in the browser. This process usually does not depend on the browser you used to enjoy or from your provider. There are several types of self-opening pages. This window pop-up and pop-down represent advertising, websites, and belong to the spam (junk information). The sites displayed above or behind the page you're viewing. To get rid of them guaranteed, unfortunately, is not possible.
Another form of pages that open without your knowledge, contain any virus software code. They are not founded on a particular site and are activated not only during a visit. Such pages may appear on your computer screen, even in those moments when you are not working on the Internet and the browser is not enabled.
Get rid of the scourge smoothtraffic sites in several ways. Try changing the browser to Opera - it has excellent protection against pop-UPS, as well as prevents the opening of third-party pages after viewing your various sites. Clear cookies, delete all temporary pages and files on your computer. In some cases, it helps to get rid of re-opening unwanted pages.
Run the scan the whole computer by the antivirus software. A good antivirus will detect and eliminate the cause of the spontaneous opening of the sites. Use the program that blocks all pop-UPS. For example, Adblock or Ad muncher. Remember that the browser Opera has this feature by default. If it does not work, update your version of the program.
If all above methods don't rid you of problems, you will have to use drastic method of dealing with your own opening pages. Completely reinstall the operating system and software on your computer, and you can forget about this problem.
Advice 2: Why not open the web page
The unavailability of a particular site or even individual pages on the Internet can be caused by various reasons. Among them, preventive maintenance, carelessness of the webmaster, as well as the incompatibility of the site with a browser.
It so happens that the same site is available to subscribers of one provider, but users of other. The reason is that a chain of intermediate nodes through which packets from the server to the machine user, is different. To determine which nodes are involved in Linux you can use a traceroute utility, and in Windows with tracert. And if one of them is unavailable, "reach out" to the server is impossible. Then you have to use the services Skweezer, Google GWT, Opera Turbo or similar, but in any case not anonymizing proxy servers - in this case, the site owner can take you for an intruder!
The page may not open because of a typo in its URL. Then I get a message saying that the file was not found - the so-called "error 404". In the case if typo is allowed in the domain name, you may hit on a fraudulent resource. Often it looks like real, and then the user enters his data from his account. It threatens abduction of such data by cybercriminals.
Even if you correctly typed in the full url of the page it will not appear if the site owner had accidentally deleted it. Also it can move, and then all the old links to this material will be invalid. Moreover, often in haste webmaster forgets to fix such links even on other pages of their own resources.
When the hosting provider performs the prevention, not be available all or some of the sites that it services. Individual resources also become unavailable when they are updating the owners. But if a link to a small online post on another, large, it begins to move a significant number of users. The server is overloaded, and a so-called Slashdot-effect. Its name he received in honor of major site Slashdot, posting links which often leads to this effect.
Subscribers some ISPs are faced with situations when access the web page the major resource is blocked under the pretext of the availability of extremist material, though in fact nothing of the sort on these pages no. Not to allow any content provider is required by law, only to fulfill this obligation, he may negligently and instead of separate pages to block whole domains of the second level.
Advice 3: Why the requested page is not available
Sometimes the users working on the Internet can access the page and see a message like: "the Requested page is not available". Naturally, you need to understand what the problem is and try to solve the problem.
"The requested page is not available"
Quite often, when browsing the Internet some pages are not displayed and a message appears which says that a particular page is unavailable. This problem is probably one of the most popular. For the most part, this problem is temporary and resolve itself, but more often it happens that to achieve the desired result is not obtained. If your browser can't display the page and displays a message of this kind, then do one of the following:
Causes and solutions problems
First, very often, users enter an incorrect URL page, in this connection, the browser can properly display it. If he is correct, you can try to enter it on another computer or device that has network access. If the requested page is still inaccessible, then most probably, just, the faulty site, but it is advisable to check the Internet connection.
Second, if you entered the correct URL page, and other sites open fine, then perhaps the fault lies in the accumulated cookies. Cookies are files that when you visit certain resources are automatically stored on a personal computer (in the browser). For the most part, they keep the settings of the web site or on the visitor profile. Such an error may cause a corrupted cookie and it should be removed. In order to do this, you need to open the browser menu Google Chrome (the wrench icon in the upper right corner of the window), choose "Settings" and "Show advanced settings". Next you need to navigate to the "content Settings..." and in the "cookies" select "All cookies and site data". With the button "Delete all" to remove the cookies.
In addition, if you are in incognito mode, via any proxy server, then, most likely, the problem lies in its performance. In order to solve an urgent problem, try to connect via another web resource that allows you to work in incognito mode and try again.
As a result, one of the methods described above should lead to that page in the browser will be displayed correctly. If not, then don't worry - the problem is the web site and the server you are using.