We use some standard links to bring you deals and coupons. But we have received reports from our visitors that they sometime do not see the links or the links do not work for them. If you have a similar problem, then continue reading to find a solution...
If you have problems with links on our website that do not work or give you errors like: "page cannot be displayed" or "cannot find server" or if you get a blank page, then you may want to clear your browser cache first. If that does not help and if you have ad blocker and/or popup blocker and/or some Internet security software, then you can try reconfiguring and/or disabling them.
If you have any of the following softwares on your machine, you may first want to disable the software to see if our links work. If the links work, then follow the tips mentioned below to fix your problem:
Click on icon in the right side of browser and select 'Allow eDealinfo.com'.
Click on icon in the right side of browser and select 'Disable on eDealinfo.com'.
Click on icon in the right side of browser and select 'Don't run on pages on this domain' . When the popup window opens and asks you click on 'exclude' button.
Go to Settings. Then Go to Additional. Then Go to Network. Then Go to Inject scripts into web traffic to interact with web pages.
On the Tools menu, click Internet Options. In the Internet Options dialog box, click the Security tab, and then click Custom Level. In the Security Settings dialog box, select Enable for Active scripting under Scripting. Click OK, and then click Yes to confirm the change.
You may need to disable "Permanently running bad download blocker for Internet Explorer" in the "Immunize pane", if it is enabled. Alternatively, you could add a checkmark to the entries in this list in Excludes window or Advanced mode -> Settings -> Ignore Products.
Unblock all of the URLs mentioned in this list.
If your privacy option is set to block all cookies (High), manually add the sites mentioned in this list and allow cookies for them. Alternatively, you could uncheck "Block Persistent Cookies".
Sometimes, some third party software (Usually Kazaa or Spybot Advanced Mode Tools) that was installed on your machine might have changed your hosts file and thus blocking access to some of the servers that our links use. Re-modifying the hosts file could also help. Please note that the hosts file is located at one of the following places:
Windows 95/98/ME: c:\windows\hosts
Windows XP Home/Pro: c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
Windows NT or 2000: c:\winnt\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
Windows Vista/7/8/10 : C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc
MacOS 8 and 9: System Folder: Preferences: Hosts
MacOS 10: /private/etc/hosts
Once you locate your hosts file, you can rename it and then try the links again. Alternatively, you could edit it using notepad. Delete the following lines (if any present) or put a # in front or each line: