How do I set my pop-up blockers to allow pop-ups on the PeerView Press Web site? Changing pop-up blocker settings is different for every Web browser and pop-up blocker application. To prevent PeerView Press post-tests, evaluation surveys, and CME/CNE/CPE statement of credit pages from being blocked, identify your Web browser and follow the appropriate directions below.
To reconfigure pop-up blockers not listed above, open each of your Web browser, pop-up blocker, toolbar, and security software applications and look for "Options," "Preferences," "Settings," or "Help." Change your settings to allow pop-ups on "www.peerviewpress.com." For more information, check the documentation that came with your pop-up blocker, Web browser, toolbar, or security software.
Additional FAQs:
Firefox
  1. Open the Firefox browser.
  2. From the "Tools" menu, select "Options...."
  3. Click on the "Content" tab.
  4. To allow pop-ups on the PeerView Press Web site, click on the "Exceptions" button to the right of the "Block pop-up windows" checkbox. Enter www.peerviewpress.com in the "Address of web site" box and click on the "Allow" button. Click "Close" and "OK" to exit the "Options..." dialog box.
  5. To disable the pop-up blocker for all Web sites, uncheck the "Block pop-up windows" checkbox and exit the "Options..." dialog box.
For more information, go to the Firefox Knowledge Base.
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Internet Explorer
  1. Open the Internet Explorer browser.
  2. From the "Tools" menu, select "Pop-up Blocker," then "Pop-up Blocker Settings."
  3. Click on the "Content" tab.
  4. To allow pop-ups on the PeerView Press Web site, enter www.peerviewpress.com in the "Address of web site to allow" box and click on the "Add" button. Click "Close" to save your settings and exit the dialog box.
Changing settings when a pop-up window is blocked:
  1. The following message appears at the top of your Internet Explorer browser window:
  2. "Pop-up blocked. To see this pop-up or additional options click here..."
  3. Click on the message, and then click "Always Allow Pop-ups from This Site" or "Temporarily Allow Pop-Ups."
For more information, go to the Microsoft Windows® online support center.
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Netscape
  1. In the system tray at the right side of your taskbar, right-click the "Web Accelerator" icon.
  2. Click "Pop-Up Blocker?"
  3. Click the "White List" tab.
  4. Click the "Add" button and add "www.peerviewpress.com" to your "White List."
  5. Click "OK" to save your settings.
For more information, go to Netscape Help Central, click "Technical Support," and then click "Pop-Up Blocker."
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America Online® Pop-Up Controls
  1. In the "Browser" window, click the "Settings" menu, and then click "Web pop-up Controls."
  2. Click "Allow the following sites."
  3. Type "www.peerviewpress.com" in the text box, and then click the "Add" button.
For more information, go to AOL Online Help.
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America Online® Toolbar
  1. From the Internet Explorer window, click the "Blocking Pop-ups" icon on the AOL Toolbar.
  2. To allow pop-ups on the PeerView Press Web site, click "Allow Pop-up from" the PeerView Press Web site name or URL.
  3. To turn the pop-up blocker off, click "Turn Pop-up Controls Off."
For more information, go to AOL Online Help .
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Yahoo!® Toolbar
  1. Open your Web browser and go to www.peerviewpress.com.
  2. Click the "Pop-Up Blocker" icon in the Yahoo! Toolbar.
  3. To allow pop-ups on the PeerView Press Web site, click "Always Allow Pop-Ups From..." Select the site from the "Sources of Recently Blocked Pop-Ups" list. Click "Allow" to allow all pop-ups from this site.
  4. To disable the Yahoo! Toolbar pop-up blocker, click the "Pop-Up Blocker" icon in the Yahoo! Toolbar. Uncheck "Enable Pop-Up Blocker."
For more information, go to Yahoo! Toolbar Help.
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GoogleTM Toolbar
  1. Open your Web browser.
  2. Go to www.peerviewpress.com.
  3. In the Google Toolbar, click the "blocked" button so that the button reads "Popups okay." The pop-up blocker will allow pop-ups on the PeerView Press Web site while continuing to block pop-ups on other sites.
For more information, go to the Google Toolbar Help Center.
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MSN® Toolbar
  1. Open your Web browser.
  2. Go to www.peerviewpress.com.
  3. On the MSN Toolbar, click the "Blocked" or "Pop-ups Blocked" button.
  4. Click "Allow Pop-ups for this Site."
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Safari (Mac®)
    In Safari for Mac OS, you can only turn the pop-up blocker on or off; you cannot allow pop-ups on some sites while blocking pop-ups on other sites. To turn off the pop-up blocker:
  1. Go to the Safari menu, and uncheck the "Block Pop-Up Windows" option.
  2. Alternatively, go to the Safari menu, click "Preferences," and then click "Security." Uncheck the "Block Pop-Up Windows" checkbox.
For more information, go to Safari Help.
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What is a pop-up blocker?
A pop-up blocker is software that prevents your Web browser from opening a new window on top of the content or Web site you are viewing. They suppress unwanted advertisement windows from appearing on your screen, but also can keep you from seeing desired content.
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Why do I need to set my pop-up blockers to allow pop-ups on the PeerView Press Web site?
The PeerView Press Web site uses pop-ups to display certain CME-, CNE-, and CPE-certified educational activities, certificate delivery screens, post-tests, evaluation forms, discussion forums, and download screens. You will not see these screens and the site might appear to be unresponsive if your computer blocks our pop-up windows.
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Why does PeerView Press use pop-ups to display certain important content and forms?
We use pop-ups so that you do not "lose your place" on our site while viewing these forms and content.
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Can I view important PeerView Press content without changing my pop-up blocker settings?
For most pop-up blockers, holding down the Ctrl (control) key while clicking on a link to a pop-up window will temporarily disable the pop-up blocker and allow the new window to open. However, this method will not ensure that you see pop-up windows that open automatically without requiring a link to be clicked. Some pop-up blockers will display a message bar indicating that a pop-up has been blocked, allowing you to click the bar to view the pop-up.
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What if I have more than one type of pop-up blocker on my computer?
Your computer could have multiple pop-up blockers running at the same time. They can be included in your Web browser software; popular toolbars from Google, Yahoo!, MSN, and others; security software; and even stand-alone and hidden pop-up blocker programs and toolbars. If you wish to use only one pop-up blocker, you will need to disable or uninstall the others. To remove, disable, or reconfigure multiple pop-up blockers, open each of your Web browser, pop-up blocker, and toolbar software applications and look for menu choices, buttons, or files with labels like "Options," "Preferences," "Settings," or "Help." You also can check the documentation that came with your pop-up blocker software.
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