A recent article by the website Engadgadget details how to create ad-friendly versions of your website without having to go through a website’s ad servers.
To be clear, this isn’t an ad-supported site.
Instead, it’s a website where you can pay a few bucks a month for a feature that you wouldn’t normally be able to get for free.
If you use Engadgets platform, you can use this template to create your own free ad-based version of the site without having it take up a lot of bandwidth.
Find your adblocker 2.
Open your browser’s address bar and look for adblockers 3.
Click on the adblock buttons for each ad, as shown below, and click “Remove” 4.
You’ll see an empty page that says “I am unable to remove this ad” 5.
Click “OK” Once the page opens, click on “Remove Ad Blocker” and “Remove this ad.”
Here you’ll be prompted to choose a file size to delete.
I chose a .sit file that was about 50 KB, and then I chose an empty spot in the site for my ads to load.
Here are the steps I followed: 1.
Click the “Remove adblock button” at the top of the page 2.
Click to the right of the “I AM NOT ABLE TO REMOVE THIS AD” prompt to remove the ad.
If your ad is still showing, try to click “Allow me to remove” to let the ad blocker work.
You might need to restart your browser to see the ads load.
After you’ve clicked the “OK,” you should see your ads loading in the top left corner of your screen.
Save the file (or click the “Save” button on the top right of your browser) 5.
You can now click on your “Ad Blocker Ad” to remove it, or delete it from your computer.
You’re now done!
If you’re using a browser that doesn’t have an ad blocking feature, you’ll need to install a plugin for Adblock Plus to do this.
If not, just remove the Adblock ads from your site.