Use Display Conditions to block individual ads
a) On specific pages
With the Specific Pages display condition on the ad edit page, you can enter the title or the ID of the site where this particular ad should or in our case shouldn’t appear. That’s all, and you can check the results of your settings on your pages afterward.
In the following example, you can see a setting for an ad that appears on all pages except “Cart” and “Checkout.”
We recommend this method if you want to exclude single ads from specific pages, e.g., if you use ads for internal services and you want to disable them on your landing pages.
b) On specific page types, e.g., home page
Instead of a particular static page, you can also disable ads on pages that are created dynamically by WordPress, like the home page.
Just choose the General Conditions option in the Display Conditions section.
The example below has the ad disabled on the home page, archive pages, search result pages, the 404 page, and all attachment pages.
Disable all ads in specific pages
If you want to disable all ads on specific posts or pages, it is easier not to exclude them one by one with individual display conditions. In this case, you should look out for the Ad Settings meta box which you can find on the bottom of the edit page of every post and page. You will see a checkbox there which allows you to disable all ads on this page.
If you are using Advanced Ads Pro, you will find a second option there to disable all ads inside the post content but not from the header, the footer or your sidebar.
We recommend this method if you want to keep specific pages with fewer clicks or legal pages completely ad-free.
Constant to hide ads
You can also hide all coming ads by setting the ADVADS_ADS_DISABLED constant in your theme or plugin like in the code below.
Once you set the constant, future loaded ads won’t be displayed.