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  • I have registered with Google AdSense and have received my first Ad code to place in my blog. It is a 120 x 240 ad which will be placed in a Custom 120 x 240 widget. I cannot figure out how to place this code into the ad widget. Can anyone help?

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  • You just need to drag and drop the text widget to the sidebar by going to

    http://lorelle.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/widgets-menu.png

    then paste the code. This is how the text widget looks like:

    http://lorelle.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/text-widget-code-example-of-text.png

    I don’t get anything from your response. I am looking for how to put my AdSense CODE into the sidebar widget. Where can I find the source to paste this code?

    I don’t want another widget until I place an ad in the existing 120 x 240 widget. I am trying to find out how to do that. Then I’ll work on dragging another widget over for something else.

    Well, if you can’t find a link form the ad widget settings page, usually you can find plugin’s Site URL in their readme.txt file:

    /wp-content/plugins/WIDGET/readme.txt

    try your luck there, so you can visit Widget developer’s site to find the info. I don’t know which ad widget you are referring to, so don’t have enough details to help you.

    The widget is the “Custom 120×240 Ad”. “A widget that allows the display and configuration of a single 120×240 Banner.”

    Unfortunately, I can’t find a place to configure it. All I can find is the widget page to drag and drop it.

    AdSense provides an HTML code to place within my ad space and I am trying to find a way to place this code into the ad space.

    Do you know if it’s a plugin or it’s a custom made widget? Because trying to finding a plugin at

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/

    using the keyword “Custom 120×240 Ad” returned nothing, but using the keyword “Custom Ad” returned a lot of them:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/search.php?q=custom+ad

    If it’s a custom made widget, then you have to contact the original developer.

    Well, it says custom, so I assume it’s custom. And I have no idea where to go to get any info on it.

    I see. Then I am pretty sure it’s not a default WordPress widget, because can’t find on my fresh WordPress installation (checked out now).

    BertC There is a widget called “Text” in your default wordpress installation. Just drag and drop it to the slidebar and put the Adsense code there. May be that will work

    @udaraaka

    I’ve already told him that, but he wanted to use the widget called “Custom 120×240 Ad” that’s already in his system. That’s the riddle here…

    wpthemes May be your wordpress installation is too old. I am using new 3.x version. 😀

    @udarraka

    Huh? I think you’ve confused the username.

    ok ok sorry Mr. WpThemes777.com I apologize. 😀

    Krishna

    @1nexus

    Member

    @wpthemes777.com,

    I think what the OP needs is only placing the code in the text widget and saving it (as your second image link shows). I think you can try to help him with that, though I am not sure what he wants, as his response shows.

    I tried that. It doesn’t work. The only thing that shows up is my title. And I don’t want a title. I want the Google Ads to show up.

    Krishna

    @1nexus

    Member

    Can you post your site URL so that we can see and find out what prevents your ad from showing up?

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