For a long time, it was a problem for WordPress users to show their ad codes anywhere in the content.
It is of course possible to include the ad code as HTML, however this would require a certain amount of HTML knowledge. Beside this, it would mean loosing quite a lot of time.
Thanks to Gutenberg, you can find it as a block with the help of this plugin. Add your ad codes to your settings and change your ad codes by simply selecting the ad title anywhere in the content. You can also change the ad code any time from your settings and the new changes will apply itself on the entire website!
Ps: This plugin works only with Gutenberg Editor (WordPress’s blocks editor).
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This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go your Settings > ManageAd and add your ad codes.
- Go to post edit page with Gutenberg, add ManageAd block and select the ad you want.
Does it change on every page when I change the ad code
Yes. For example, you added an ad named “Ad1” in the settings section. Then you used it on 10 different posts or pages. If you change the “Ad1” code in the settings section, it will change on that 10 pages.
Can I add adsense code
You can add any ad code you want. The plugin brings this code to your page in HTML without any intervention.
I don’t see a block named ManageAd
It seems like your AdBlocker is conflicting with the plugin. Please add your domain to whitelist or close AdBlocker.
I saw error on Gutenberg
If you saw error like “Your site doesn’t include support for the “managead/block” block. You can leave this block intact or remove it entirely.” on Edit page. It seems like your AdBlocker is conflicting with the plugin.
Please add your domain to whitelist or close AdBlocker.
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Contributors & Developers
“ManageAd” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors