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Google AdSense (4 posts)

  1. soaresalp2000
    Posted 11 years ago #

    I have Google AdSense in my regular website, but I've just tried to cut/paste the AdSense code to the my site's WordPress blog, and it's not working. It works for all pages on my site when I use Dreamweaver to upload the code, but for some reason nothing happens when I use WordPress. (I'm trying to get the code to appear with the postings themselves.)
    Any help will be much appreciated.

  2. eragle
    Posted 11 years ago #

    Did you do a search?

  3. gedanate
    Posted 11 years ago #

    I've got the same problem you have, and I'm not au fait with php scripts and .css yet either.

    Today I discovered an add-on that allows me to add Adsense semi-automatically to every page or comment I add to the blog. (See http://www.beefly.info/blog/ to see what it looks like.)

    The Adsense Deluxe 0.4 from Acme Technologies Zeitgeist who are at http://www.acmetech.com/blog/adsense-deluxe/

    Just upload it as per the instructions and then load the adsense code from Google into the program's setup. It's easy, and you can select any size/shape as your default ad.

    Then you create or edit a document... And you'll see in the top right hand corned of your Editing window there's an option to select one of the Adsense codes that you grabbed off Google.

    It drops a code like <!-- adsense --> into the text you are writing, and when the page is created and viewed - there's your advert.

    It's a start. But I do want to find the right way to have fixed ads built into the template and particularly the right margin... Any suggestions anyone?


  4. tomhanna
    Posted 11 years ago #

    soaresalp2000, I'm not sure you tried adding it, so can't help specifically, but maybe something here will help:


    David, there are examples on that page of adding the code to the sidebar, the first post on the page, the header, etc.

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