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AdSense unit name:
Choose a name for this AdSense unit, so you can change its settings later. This name will appear in your code, but you can remove it if needed. Learn more...
When I click on "Learn more" I end up on a page telling me the information is not available. Anyone have the instructions for removing the name from the code without violating the TOS?
One additional note: I created a new ad using the same name as with a previous ad and AdSense allowed it, so now I have 2 ads with the same name. I don't know what that would impact, but I wanted to make others aware just FWIW.
obviously they can't give us free reign, because we could completely bugger up the appearance. but surely they could work in a little lee-way - say, a choice of three or four font-sizes, and three or four of the most popular fonts.
even if they just gave us a choice between arial and verdana it would be a bonus.
Maybe generate ad code now and save it to your hard drive, just in case you don't care for the new system
Good Idea. I think I'll put together something with no border and no color. White with black text, maybe some dark gray. Then it will work for about anything.
If I use the same add it won't take too long to slap it into around 50 pages. The old ads were a color that just won't work.
Since I don't have anything automated it will be good to have the new system once the bugs are worked out.
when i have 2 ads, they show no problems at all,
when i insert another ad somewhere on the page, the new ones shows, but now one of the other original 2, gets a "PAGE NOT FOUND ERROR"
i've waited 30 mins just in case, but i still the same error showing up
as you could imagine, this looks pretty amateur stuff on my site! anyone have same issues?
1. Ad slot number
2. Ad title comment
3. Publisher ID
4. Ad width
5. Ad height
I am wondering, if everything is now controlled by the ad setup on Google's servers, why does the code we put on our site need to include anything besides the Ad Slot Number? Why do we still need to be specifying the width, height, and especially, our Publisher ID?