Use the URL Parameters condition to check the domain

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The URL Parameters display condition allows you to display ads based on parameters in the URL, e.g., you would use that condition if you wanted to display an ad only on pages that contain the word “domain”, like https://wpadvancedads.com/manual/url-parameters-condition-check-the-domain.

By default, the condition does not check the domain, e.g. wpadvancedads.com.

You could use the code below to add the domain name to the string that is checked against the URL parameters condition.

The code works only for ads that use a placement.

/** * Add domain to the path that is checked for the URL Parameters condition when the ad is delivered using a placement. */ add_filter( 'advanced-ads-ad-select-args', function( $args ){ // Add referrer if this is an ajax placement if ( isset( $args['url_parameter'] ) && $args['method'] === Advanced_Ads_Select::PLACEMENT && isset( $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] ) && '' !== $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] ) { $args['url_parameter'] = $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] . $args['url_parameter']; } return $args; } );
Code language: PHP (php)

We have seen only very few use cases for this, like when a single WordPress installation is pushed automatically to multiple domains. This is often connected with multilingual sites.

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