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<p><div style="float: left; margin: 3px 15px 3px 3px;">
google_ad_client = "";
google_ad_width = 300;
google_ad_height = 250;
google_ad_format = "300x250_as";
google_ad_type = "text_image";
google_color_border = "FFFFFF";
google_color_bg = "FFFFFF";
google_color_link = "006699";
google_color_url = "666666";
google_color_text = "666666";//--></script>
The div class might be called something else. See if AS shows up in the context of an actual post. At least you'll know whether or not the code will work. Also, there's a plugin called AdSense Manager which I have yet to use.
I understand you're having difficulty implementing the AdSense ads onto
your website. I confirmed that the ad code is on your site but it looks
answer questions about the AdSense code, we're not able to offer technical
assistance for another company's product or service. I'd therefore
recommend that you contact Wordpress for further assistance with this
problem. I appreciate your understanding in this matter.
Cant anyone tell me how I can have use my adesnse with my wordpress.....
Am I missing something, I thought Wordpress didn't allow Adsense
Jay718 stickied me the other day and I looked at the blog. The code looks good and I believe it is executing as there is a white space where the code is inserted. Jay, I couldn't give you detailed instructions the other day as I was at a machine that I don't access my AdSense account through. What you want to do is go into AdSense setup. At the bottom of the main setup page, under More Options choose "Fill space with a solid color." Choose any color other than white. Repaste the code and see what happens. If the solid color shows then it's time to again contact the AdSense folks.
I would suggest that you download one of the free templates that fits your topic and see if you can add AdSense to the "Hello World" page by inserting the AS code in the index.php file. Be certain to close off all divs properly.
Just add a blog folder to a site that has no blog. You can delete it after testing. Very simple to do with Fantastico.
I sometimes test stuff this way.