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Adsense Not Show In wordpress

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by freeufcdotinfo, Feb 12, 2010.

  1. freeufcdotinfo

    freeufcdotinfo Power Member

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    Had this problem a while ago but just changed theme now all themes are the same even standard ones.

    Any ideas
     
  2. neater

    neater Newbie

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    can someone remove the link to Saddiq_khatri blog ?

    Look at the http headers when you load the page, it's such a mess there :/
     
  3. richcamp

    richcamp Regular Member

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    Have a look at the source code, do you see the adsense code there?
     
  4. gregstereo

    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Your first statement is a lie.

    Your second statement is a plug of a blog of yours. Go back to DP.

    @ OP - yeah, I've had this problem where sometimes @dsense doesn't show up on some of my sites. Pain in the ass to track down sometimes.

    Couple things - any time you make a change to your @dsense setting via Big G, for about 10-20 minutes what you see on your site is gonna be in flux (sometimes you'll get the old ads, sometimes no ads, eventually you'll get the new stuff).

    Second, some WP themes don't handle @dsense blocks real well. Most do, but some don't. Make sure your ad blocks are properly sized for your theme.

    Third, you didn't mention if your using a plugin to manage your @dsense or coding them in yourself. Some of the plugins are flaky. If you're still having issues, give a bit more info and we'll try to help.

    peace,
    gregs.
     
  5. freeufcdotinfo

    freeufcdotinfo Power Member

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    Done all above but still not showing
     
  6. a_ovechkin

    a_ovechkin Newbie

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    try this method...
    1. try putting adsense in to a new php file. for example: ads.php.
    2. copy and paste the code into ads.php, its on google. then save it.
    3. after use filezilla or any ftp program and drop ads.php to your current theme folder for wordpress
    4. now head over to appearance theme in wordpress and edit the index php file to include the ads.php file. (the new ads.php will show on the right)

    Basically this method is adsense through php, as I've tried normally plugging it in on wordpress themes and it didn't work. some php codes you can copy off adsense-optimised templates, but googles got them all.
     
  7. freeufcdotinfo

    freeufcdotinfo Power Member

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    It seems to be something to do with the domain

    I made the ad.php file and will not show but when another domain it ok.


    wtf
     
  8. tuesday10

    tuesday10 Regular Member

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    Why dont just use a plugin to administer adsense on the site. I use whydoworkadsense, and it does the job to perfection. It displays adsense ads pretty much anywhere on the page/post...

    Hope this helps,

    T10