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If you want search engines to spider the results then your best bet is to rotate them on the server-side in whatever programming language and framework you are using (PHP, Rails, etc). John is absolutely correct that if you are selling the links then you want to be careful about them being indexed as google will penalize you.
I've used mySimpleAds for a client in the past, and they were happy with it. As the name suggests, though, it may be missing features versus what you were using in OpenX(which was complicated, so...). You'll have to do that for yourself.
Firefox shows the following information about the infections you're experiencing However Virus Total reports that your website is clean (I checked five pages), MYWot shows no problems, IPVoid shows your IP doesn't appear on any blacklists, and MXToolbox shows that you don't appear on any spam blacklists. My guess is that this was caused by a third party ...
Try going to the var subfolder in your revive installation. There you can find a file your.domain.here.conf.php. For me things started to work when I set the option requireSSL=1. Oh, and have you checked that your https page only uses banners provided through https? Firefox does not load "acitve mixed content" since Firefox 23 so if you put your banners on ...
Well definitely stay the hell away from openx unless you're shelling out big $$ as part of their microsoft-run enterprise level of service (i.e. its what groupon is on). They gave up years ago on the open source openx, and it shows. Right now as far as free ad servers that actually are decent is concerned, check out google's doubleclick for publishers ...
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