How to Bypass Ad Blockers with CAOS for Google Analytics

Ad Blockers, a thorn in the side of every online business. Wouldn’t it be great if we could bypass those Ad Blockers and keep our Google Analytics data accurate?

That’s what Steve from Its420somewhere.com thought, when he contacted me with a well-researched feature request for CAOS. A stealth mode to bypass (most) ad blockers. Today I’ll show you the base principles of bypassing Ad Blockers and protecting your Google Analytics data with CAOS.

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What’s the Difference Between analytics.js, gtag.js & ga.js?

Recently I added support for gtag.js to CAOS. To be honest I didn’t really think it through. Many people asked for gtag.js support and me being the obedient soldier that I am, I just implemented it. The update was received with (virtual) standing ovations and… panic. Riots in the streets. WORLDWIDE C-H-AOS! (wink wink) Also, questions. Because what’s the difference between ga.js, analytics.js and gtag.js!? Well, let’s find out!

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How to Remove Google Fonts from your WordPress Theme

I’ve been getting a lot of requests lately, to implement a ‘Remove Google Fonts’-option into OMGF.

After a lot of research (a few months!) I managed to implement an efficient way to do it. Version 1.9.0 contains an experimental option to remove any Google Fonts that are enqueued in your WordPress blog.

But, for those where it doesn’t work, or for those that want to have full control, I provided an alternative: a complete guide on how to remove Google Fonts from your WordPress Theme.

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