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ric479




msg:3333486
 5:49 am on May 8, 2007 (gmt 0)

Dear sir,

I would like to create a website with static HTML pages and add google adsense....please advise how to add adsense without having to place the adsense code in every page I upload...I do not know html but I can create pages using Frontpage.

Please advise simple content management softwares that go with adsense...

Thank you for your help.
b.regards
Richard

 

leadegroot




msg:3333516
 6:56 am on May 8, 2007 (gmt 0)

Frontpage allows you to Include bits that are common across the site, eg navigation bars. You could do this with an adsense block too.

Unfortunately its been so many years since I was last forced to use Frontpage (ha!) that I can't advise you on how to do it.
You'll have to research it yourself - sorry.

jtara




msg:3333794
 2:56 pm on May 8, 2007 (gmt 0)

please advise how to add adsense without having to place the adsense code in every page I upload.

Server Side Includes (SSI) would be one way. You would still need to arrange to get the include on each page, though. However, there also a number of ways to automatically put a header/footer on each page. (Forget the details, sorry, haven't done this in a while.)

However, this may not be a good idea, given new strictness regarding the placement of Adsense ads on the page. (See Adsense forum here.) You really need to evaluate the position on each page to make sure if it is appropriate, and also to determine if it's appropriate to put ads on a given page at all.

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