Of course MonztA, my pleasure !
If you visit the sites from different countries (or if you use different proxies) you get different shapes and types of ads even if you visit the same site.
But they all have the same universal place from where they get the ads.http://example.com/abnl/?begun=1&l=US&u0=UShttp://example.com/abnl/?begun=1&l=GB&u0=GBhttp://example.com/abnl/?begun=1&l=NL&u0=NLhttp://example.com/abnl/?begun=1&l=RO&u0=RO
Here are some examples, but i can give you all 1 million + sites if you need more examples.http://thassos.ucoz.com/
1. Here it is how is looks without Ad Block Plus default list.
2. As you can see the Ad is moving, following the user and disabling any content under it (like picture links or flash links)
3. With Ad Block Plus default list, the 300 x 250px banner seems to go away and what is left is the blue link that follows the user.
In reality the 300 x 250 px banner is still present because it is still disabling clicking on a surface of 300 x 250 px. So even if someone wants to click on something in the site it will seem to them that those elements do not work because the banner is still over the site elements but invisible.
4. Adding a very simple custom filter : /abnl/
will remove the whole frame ( the blue button + the invisible AD ) and now you can click in the 300 x 250 px area where the Ad used to be and it will no longer disable elements of the site.Conclusion.
Right now Ad Block Plus default list, blocks the Ads partially and leaves a button with a link to ucoz.com site and the space that was occupied by the AD (300 x 250 px) still exists and block elements of the site. (it is still over the site)
If you can please talk to Fanboy and include this /abnl/
filter in your default Ad Block Plus, you will literally clean more than 1 million sites of bad and aggressive advertising. Most people only use the default Ad Block Plus filter.Thank you so much !