How to remove ‘free’ post ads from your blog

How to remove ‘free’ post ads from your blog

I’ve been on a quest to remove free advertising from my blog for a while now.

As a result, I have been getting a lot of questions from readers asking how to remove these annoying ads.

Free advertising is a bad thing to put in a free website, but there are a number of ways to remove it without resorting to a full-on ban.

This post will outline how to install a custom pop-up blocker on your blog to get rid of free advertising without going through a ban.

For more detailed instructions, check out the official guide here.

For the uninitiated, what is a pop-blocker?

A pop-down blocker is a content blocker that stops the content appearing on your page from loading, and preventing your users from seeing ads.

While this may seem like a simple task, it is quite complex.

For example, if your content is too long to be displayed in a popup, you may want to create a popover that shows the content in an ad-free view.

To install a pop blocker, follow these simple steps: Select your site from the sidebar, or click the menu button at the top of the page, or choose Add New from the menu at the bottom.

Select Pop-up from the list of options.

If your site is set up as a static website, the pop-over may be displayed as a drop-down menu, or a list of pages.

If you have a site that is dynamic, such as a blog, you can add a custom element to the bottom of the popover so that the user can opt-in to seeing ads in a different order.

If no option is shown, you will see an option that says Allow popover ads.

If an option is selected, select the one that says Accept popover.

Add the custom element You can then add your custom element using CSS:

Your custom image

Now you have your pop-overs customised to display ads in the order they appear on your website.

Here’s a sample: In this example, adblock will add an empty div on the page to block ads for free.

The adblock script also runs when the user clicks on the adblock icon.

Here is the code for this example: function adblock (src, id, options) { // You can block all or some ads on a page var ads = options.blockList; var popover = adblock(src, ads, false ); // Remove any ad items popover(); } If you don’t want to add ads on the popovers, you could use the ‘unblock’ button on your popup blocker.

This will display an empty page, and block all the ads on it.

The ‘uninstall’ button will remove the ad from the page.

In this case, you won’t be able to remove the popups.

To uninstall the pop blockers, go to your browser settings and delete the popblock.

This is because the browser does not remove these pop-ups automatically, you’ll need to manually remove them from your site.

There are a couple of different ways to get this done.

For a static site, you would use the JavaScript code above.

For dynamic sites, you might use the code below: You can also use the Google AdBlock Script plugin from WordPress, which is available for both the Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox web browsers.

Here are the steps for installing the plugin.

Install the AdBlock plugin Click on the “Add New Scripts” button in the toolbar, or select “Add new script” from the drop-downs menu.

Type the script name into the search box and click the “Next” button.

If it doesn’t open automatically, right-click the script, select “New Script”, and then click “Next”.

Add the script You’ll be presented with a new window with a “Script” tab.

Click on “Add Script” and enter the name of your script in the text box.

Click “Next”, then click the button next to “Script Type”.

Enter the script type into the text field, then click next.

Type in a name for the script.

This could be a string or a number, and click “Finish”.

Add an optional “AdBlockPlugin.php” file, then choose “Next