Please make an option to turn off the wildly annoying page refresh
the page reloads and moves me away from my place on the page about every 60 seconds.
If you don't make an option to switch this off I'm moving to another sports news source
How 'bout giving us the option to change the amount of time before the refresh, or making it clear how to do so.
I've looked for it, but can't find it.
The AntiYahoo commented
It's just the the Loebster's Yahoo. It refreshes on it's own to force you to look at ads again. It's all about the ads. It's not going to change. Just have a sports page in your browser, avoid the homepage. Then click on a box score. On the right hand side will be all the scores for that sport. Peruse them at your leisure.
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Mayweather Guerrero Stream commented
I also agree with the annoying page refresh. If I want to refresh the page it should be my choice. With all of the baseball scores and other sports scores available I can't get through the list without that stupid refresh forcing me to start over again. What an incredibly stupid idea.
I'm with you all. I have been using yahoo sports for years, and I am sick of this **** refresh. This has always been annoying to me. Yahoo is the only one who does this. Give us the option of pressing refresh. I am so **** tired of loosing my spot because of it.
Gary Green commented
I really like that the sports page updates regularly so I get the latest info, however, having to scroll down to the section that I was on several times before I get through all the current headlines is rather annoying. I would like that I could at least get through the whole list of headlines at least once.
Try hitting esc after the page loads.
This also annoys me. This happens all too often to me. I think it would make sense to make this an option. It's annoying that the page keeps on refreshing no matter where you are on the page and all of a sudden it brings you to the top of the page. This has got to stop. I don't know of any other site that does this. If Yahoo wants more visitors they have got to stop refreshing the page.