Originally Posted by ChefJune
Dell is the main culprit.
I hate IE with a passion but was curious about what you were seeing.
LOL ChefJune, I can see where that would freak you out. =P Dell is trying to be clever and takes over your mouse pointer as you roll it over their ad (it changes the mouse pointer to a finger ...). The annoying part is is that the mouse pointer doesn't get handed back to the browser properly when you roll it off of the ad. It gets stuck. Then you start flinging your mouse around quickly to figure out where the pointer is because it completely disappears for a bit of time. And pretty soon the browser gets control of the mouse pointer again but it was a bad hand off from the ad, so it tries to play catch up and ends up tossing you around the page. LOL Horrible description but true.
The good news is is that it only happens once per new page; once you get the flying annoying page bounce it won't happen again on that page. The bad news is that if you refresh a page or click onto a new page the same thing happens again.
This info width=0 height=0 style='position:absolute;left:0px;top:0px;'>
is displayed above the ad.
The only thing you can do to keep it from happening is if you make sure to immediately click somewhere safe (i.e. far far away from the evil ad area) on each new page you view. It's not a technical solution but it should help prevent you from getting sea-sick
while reading the posts. And avoid venturing into the ad area at all with your mouse.