Q. I had linked propellerads.com to insert ads on my website to monetize it in the first place but then i deleted the ads from my website due to some problems i was facing but the ads still popup in the website and my visitors are facing problems with the malware popping up all the time.Please do something to fix this.I want to move my existing website to a new WordPress hosting without losing any data like the posts,plugins,categories and pages I have in my website already.Please help me solve my problem.Source: Forum WordPress.org
or How i delete the “ad codes” from my site ? i really can’t found them but the ads are still visible in my site.
Although there are many amazing reviews on Propeller Ads, most are paid reviews by Propeller Ads written to increase their customers. According to my personal views, Propeller Ads pay very little, sometimes as little at $0.2 for 1000 impression (CPM).
This provoked me to remove the Propeller Ads code from my site,only to realise that removing the html code from my WordPress site does not remove the popunder ads.
They continue to show up even after you remove their code!!!
After some research, I found the right way to remove the ads completely, once and forever!
How To Remove Propeller Ads Completely?
The reason why they continue to work is that the html code you place injects a code into your core PHP file. To remove the code, all you have to do is delete these newly created files.
Step 1- Head over to your Cpanel (or other platforms to FTP your site).
Step 2- Click on the folder public_html.
Step 3- Click on wp-includes.
Step 4- Here, you will see any of the following files. Delete all of them.
Voila! Thats it. Now clear your cache and reload your website. Those ads will most probably be gone.
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