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FrontPage Web w/out Ext Adsense Disappears from Border
Shared Border problem with adsense ads

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Msg#: 3187038 posted 4:14 am on Dec 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

I have a frontpage web with lots of pages. I put my adsense ads in the shared border to keep the JS away from my text, they still pull relevant ads too. It's an eCommerce site with one of a kind items, so I edit a lot. My webhost abandon all Windows based hosting. I followed Microsofts instructions for publishing frontpage webs without extensions by removing _vti files and folders on the server and ftp the changed pages. The problem is when I upload the changed pages, the navigation buttons show in the shared border, but the google ads on THAT page only disappear? I have tried uploading the _borders and _derived folders along with the changed pages to no avail. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, the knot on my forehead is growing from banging it on the monitor screen....HELP! (Is there a _vti folder I should have left, I removes them all}

Thanks In Advance



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Msg#: 3187038 posted 6:47 am on Dec 13, 2006 (gmt 0)

Your problem is the shared borders [google.com]. You should have been using FP includes [google.com].

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