are generated by the site they are at currently visiting.
In the case of Men Chats & Gay Meeting, we do not do this.
You need to keep the browser window that called the applet open.
This is a restriction in the web browsers, not our software.
Often, users will send us screen shots of such activity going on and we can point them to the name of the company, clearly on the ad block that is getting in their way of enjoying our chat.(we do allow a single pop under on the video chat page, during certain mouse clicks, to help offset the cost of offering this service)The pop under is operated by a trusted partner with over 15 years of ethical traffic and privacy policies.
You usually don't notice such problems while browsing the Web since each Web connection lasts only about one or two seconds.
Such problems might show up as a picture which doesn't come in, and you simply hit the refresh button to fix it.
If you are on dial-up connections with a consumer ISP (Internet Service Provider), it's very likely that you are unable to keep a dedicated socket connection all day without being disconnected once or twice.
You should open up another browser window if you want to surf and chat at the same time. There is no way to automatically disconnect or "bump" you after a certain amount of time, such as after a period of inactivity (not chatting).You may not realize that being in a real-time chat room requires a dedicated socket connection between the client and the server -- it's not like viewing a Web page.What you are most likely experiencing is spyware or adware that was installed from another website or during the install of unrelated software.You know as you install some free software application and they have a helpful pre-checked box for another application you didn't even notice.
It then lays "hidden" until users go to a predefined or adult websites.Because adult websites have a bad reputation, users automatically believe that the ads, pop ups, flashing messages, etc.