FALSE ADVERTISING LINK ALERT!
If you are using an old browser in Internet
Explorer, such as IE7, you may experience double-lined advertising links that are usually highlighted in blue, that
invite you to click on the link for more information. The links are
advertising for profit for anything from prayer to gambling that has not been authorized by this website. Only
you can see these links on your computer, because they are not part of the website.
If you hold your cursor over the highlighted link and
it is a link from easyinline, that is also called "fast save", then you
should disable the add-on in your browser if you do not want these false advertising links. The link will be words highlighted
in blue with double underlines, for example: life.
This is not a virus,
but it is an "extension" that has been added to your computer by some website that you visited, I am told.
For more information you can go to http://jayl.ee/blog/2012/08/12/how-to-disable-easy-inline-in-google-chrome.
The link to http://hisglorylivespublishing.com is an authorized link.
TO DISABLE AN UNAUTHORIZED
For Internet Explorer
browsers, go to Tools, Manage Add-ons, Enable or Disable Add-ons, and disable any add-on that are not authorized, such
as "Fast save".
If you are using Google Chrome, go to Tools, Extensions, disable "Fast
Thank you, Website Manager