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Hi,

I am having a prob. w/Google AdSense, I want to add it to the center block of my main page, but its not showing up in the center block of my main page?

But it shows up in the editing of the page just fine.

Please help.

Thank you,
Michael



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Please provide some screenshots:
  • The editing screen
  • The preview
  • It not appearing after editing



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Hi, Chris,

Here are the screen shots you requested from me.

Please post back.

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Hi,

I can't see what could cause this problem, after running some tests. I'd advise checking the HTML source of the edited page, to see if your HTML is in there correctly.
  • If it is in there correctly you might want to check for Javascript errors when you view the page. Firefox is best for this as it has an Error Console (on the tool menu) that makes it easy. If you clear the console of errors, then load up the page, then check for errors, you might find an error there that gives you a clue.
  • If it is not there correctly, please post here to show what is there in it's place and I'll see if I can think what could cause whatever corruption there is.


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