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How to Disable Ads On a URL

Alternate Rule Types

The Layout Tester Tab

The Ad Tester Tab


This app allows you to disable ads for a page or a directory in the Ezoic system. It's found under the 'Monetization' tab in your Ezoic dashboard. 


How to Disable Ads on a URL


First, Click the Settings button next to the app in the 'Monetization' tab, you will then be greeted by this page: 



You'll then be taken to this page where, using the drop down menu, you can select a page, Directory, or regex where you wouldn't like ads to show:

 


You only need to add the URL path after the domain name - that's everything after and including the first '/' in the URL. 


If you're excluding a directory - remember to put the '/' at the end of the URL path. 


Then click 'Create Rule' and you're done! 


Alternative Rule Types


The app also gives you the option to disable by cookie, Meta tag and subdomain, by clicking the drop down menu here: 



To Exclude by Cookie - Select the option from the drop down menu, click 'New Rule' and then enter the name and value of the cookie you want to disable ads for.


To Exclude by Meta Tag - Select the option from the drop down menu, click 'New Rule' and then enter the name  and content of the meta tag you want to disable ads for.


To Exclude by Subdomain -  Select the option from the drop down menu, click 'New Rule' and then enter the name of the subdomain you want to disable ads for. 


The Layout tester Tab


For sites using the Layout Tester app, you also have the option to disable page ad locations. Individual ad locations can be disabled on a page by visiting the page in your browser and pressing Ctrl+Alt+E on your Keyboard. Click the Layout tester tab to see the rules that have been set up. 


The Ad Tester Tab


Here you can set up rules to disable ads only on ad tester pages (leaving them running on layout tester). By clicking the drop down menu here, you can disable all ads, or just the AI placeholder ads on the page or directory: 



Want to Exclude all Ezoic apps from running on a page? 


Then you'll need to use the excluded pages app. Click here to learn more.