wwwFap AB Alert


Loads a file called banner_ads_300_250.js, a name routinely blocked by ad-blockers. If the file load is blocked it displays a red banner fixed on the bottom of the page requesting disabling the ad blocker. Website access is not restricted. Extremely light weight, just a few lines of code.

If you are using Google Analytics, here is code to track your website’s ad blocking events to add to your Google Analytics tag. Place inside the <script></script> tags:
gtag(‘event’, ‘blocking_ads’, {
‘event_label’: ‘Blocking Ads’,
‘event_category’: ‘blocking_ads’,
‘non_interaction’: true


  • Notice banner on bottom displayed once ad blocker is detected.


  • Upload the plugin to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  • Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Once you have completed these steps you’re done. Now turn on your AdBlock and visit your site to test the plugin!


Are there any settings that I need to configure?

Nope. Just activate the plugin. That’s all.

Does the banner_ads_300_250.js file contain any ads?

No it does not. Ad blockers routinely block files that are named ads, banners, common ad sizes, etc. The file is used as bait. As soon as an ad-blocker blocks this file from loading we detect it’s presence.


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* Initial release