• Resolved KineticPulse


    I’m having no success getting adrotate to work in block mode. The ads are always stacked vertically whatever I select for the grid format, and whatever size I am choosing for the ads.

    Should I be adding my own CSS to make this function correctly or should the plugin format automatically?

    I haven’t delved into the CSS too deeply yet but wondering whether the Visual Composer in use on this site is causing a problem.

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  • Plugin Author Arnan de Gans


    If adverts appear as a stack, almost always the alloted space is not wide enough for your block. Commonly there is a margin or padding on the area you’re trying to place the block making the usable space smaller than it appears (singe those are invisible 🙂 ).

    Some themes apply margins or stuff to images, which may cause a block to deform.

    If there are no margins on the images themselves. Try with smaller adverts and see if that works. If it does, the allotted space is simply too small. You can often edit the theme to remove or reduce the margin/padding to make it fit though. Talk to your theme maker for details on that.

    Thread Starter KineticPulse


    I don’t think this is the case – there is no restriction on the container.

    If I use web inspector, AdRotate is applying g-2 class to the column which in your stylesheet has max-width:250px:

    <div class=”g g-2″><div class=”g-col b-2 a-2″>
    — AD 1 CODE —
    <div class=”g-col b-2 a-2″>
    — AD 2 CODE —

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 3 months ago by KineticPulse.
    Thread Starter KineticPulse


    Should I add this to your support forum?

    Plugin Author Arnan de Gans


    If it would fit it would show up correctly, right? 😉
    In 99% of all cases it’s a sizing error with the parent element.

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