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|checking if google finds any ads in advance? time travel kinda.|
i had this crazy idea.........
ok my layout depends on ads and i dont like a big empty rectangle when theres no ads.
can i somehow tell google to not show the ad block at all if no ads can be found?
maybe google_donotshowifnoadsareavaible = "1";?
This explains how to implement collapsing ad units.
[edited by: Zygoot at 7:25 pm (utc) on April 29, 2006]
search on adsense help pages for "collapsable ad units"
edit: ahh zygoot, you beat me to it by one second ;)
thanks i get it.
i find it unneccessarily advaned and stupid though from google´s side
Bajsapa! (Feels a bit odd to call anyone that to their face :)
It's far from stupid, especially when you want to display ads interfoiled in text.
However, if you don't want the big empty spaces, you can always include a backup system, such as affiliate ads, in the same space.
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