Sally_Stitts - 4:17 pm on Oct 17, 2013 (gmt 0)
BTW, if you have multiple async codes, you must have only one request script!
Would you clarify this please? Does it mean that you may only use ONE asynchronous ad per page?
Or, that you may have multiple asynchronous ads per page, but the code must be identical? What if I want to use a different custom channel for each ad, such as "top position" and "bottom position"?
Another issue - My old WYSIWYG HTML editor drops half the code when I enter it - this part here -
It just disappears. "ins class" blows its mind. Now, I must change HTML editors just to use the new code? That sucks.
Later. Much later.
So, currently, I must add one more step to my process.
Open each file in a text editor, and then add the AdSense asynchronous ad code.
THEN, upload to my host server.
For every single file. Individually.
Then, I wait for AdSense to change the code, because it wasn't quite right (reference authorship code, which took 3 revisions, and months, for Google to get it right).
Then, I repeat the process.
All this mucking about seriously impacts my content creation time. And desire.