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Google Ads showing up on site that don't belong to me


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zlatan

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I have loads of Taboola and Google/DoubleClick ads showing up on my site, which are not mine. It's a Wordpress site and I tried disabling all the plugins but that didn't help. I tried changing the theme and that appears to solve it, but I can't afford to change the theme as it's deeply integrated into the site. I need to identify the code that is loading these ads.

 

This is the URL: https://www.raptorsr...e-in-8-minutes/

 

It only happens on mobile, or when I resize my screen to be mobile-sized.

 

The HTML doesn't show anything, but in Chrome Inspector you can see that the DOM appends tags like these:

<iframe style="display: none;"></iframe>

<iframe name="__launchpadLocator" style="display: none;"></iframe>

I tried diagnosing it through the Initiator tab in Inspector but that didn't help.

 

Any help is appreciated.


Edited by zlatan, 03 March 2023 - 06:48 PM.

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DR M

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As you described the issue, it doesn't seem to be malware related.

 

This is the appropriate forum to ask for help here: http://www.geekstogo...eb-development/


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