Nobody likes popups — that’s a fact. Popups are annoying, they often contain banners we don’t want to see, they often block the entire screen and put us in embarrassing situations, the can contain viruses of all sorts — and the list of their deadly sins can be continued. However, if you are a webmaster, you know that popups provide a great opportunity to show CPM ads, affiliate banners and other types of content that can help you make some money on your traffic. If you manage quite a few sites and need to add a lot of popups to them, no other tool will do this job better than 123 Popup Maker!
123 Popup Maker is very simple to use and it produces top-quality cross-browser code for your popup windows. The software allows you to control every aspect of your popups: initial position and screen size, event that will trigger them (when a specific page element is clicked, when the page is closed, when the page is loaded, etc), specify window properties and instantly preview your popup windows to test their appearance and behavior. 123 Popup Maker takes seconds to download and can be uninstalled in a wink of an eye. If you are not sure whether you need this tool, you are welcome to download its free evaluation version before purchasing a license.
Firefox Tests Beefed-up Popup Blocker The Mozilla Foundation is testing a patch to its Firefox browser that puts the kibosh on popup ads which have been slipping through the open-source browser's blocker.