Ad Suppression Instructions
GumGum, by default, may serve ads on all qualifying images within your web site. Qualifying images are those that have a width and height both greater than 200 pixels.
To limit ads from being served on one or more images on your site, the following options are available:
GumGum can limit the display of ads to a fixed percentage of the images on a page. This fixed percentage would be applied across your whole site. For example, if your page has 8 qualifying images and your percentage is 75%, then ads will be served on the top 6 images. To enable this feature please send a request to email@example.com
GumGum will not serve an ad on any image whose source URL contains ggnoads.
Choose from the following options depending on how much control you have over your image file names, paths, and domain names.
Add a ggnoads request parameter to your image source URL:
Rename your image file to contain ggnoads:
Move your images into a directory with the name ggnoads:
Create a special subdomain containing ggnoads:
GumGum will not serve an ad on any image with ggnoads as at least one of its CSS class attribute values:
<img src=”http://yourwebsite.com/images/megan-fox.jpg” class=”ggnoads”/>
<img src=”http://yourwebsite.com/images/megan-fox.jpg” class=”leftside item ggnoads”/>
GumGum will not serve an ad on any image included within a div element that has ggnoads as at least one of its CSS class attribute values:
<div class=”ggnoads”> <img src=”http://yourwebsite.com/images/megan-fox-1.jpg”/> <img src=”http://yourwebsite.com/images/megan-fox-2.jpg”/> <img src=”http://yourwebsite.com/images/megan-fox-3.jpg”/> </div>