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Unable to get rid of Extremetracking.com code


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#1 Amanha

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Posted 28 April 2017 - 04:42 PM

Hi, I switched my site to HTTPS, and http://extremetracking.com is a problem. I edited their tracker URLs to HTTPS (with FrontPageExpress, same as I used it to add the tracker code to my pages), which did not help get rid the not secure warning by SSL certificate. Then I DELETED the tracker code from my page (with Front Page Express), saved and FTP'ed to the server (public_html) as usual.... and the tracker appears broken but still on my page fuly functional. How come? I deleted it. Does anyone have an idea how to remove this thing that I used for many years and I thought it was safe and useful, but now I want to get rid of all of them. I can not believe this company is forcing their code like that? There must be some secret or trick to remove this tracker.


Edited by Amanha, 28 April 2017 - 05:32 PM.


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