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  • Avatar of Bbrian017
    bbrian017
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    @bbrian017

    anyone?

    Should I add literal tags?

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    It looks like you’re using WPMU’s default Text widget and pasting the Google AdSense code within that. The widget’s output references a CSS selector (class=”textwidget”).

    You need to use CSS to postion properly the AdSense output. You have three options:

    1. Place inline CSS into the widget’s text field

    2. Customize the textwidget selector

    3. Create / or add to your own custom CSS file a new class called, for instance, my_ads. Then, reference that selector in the widget’s text field

    Avatar of wpmubp.org
    wpmubp
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    @takuya

    your adsense is too big to be placed within the sidebar… use another size in the first step.

    example on using adsense on the sidebar.

    http://socialoop.jp/

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