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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Showing adsense ads between Post Title and Post Body in Blogger

You may have seen Google Ads showing just below every post title (but above the post body) on different blogs or websites. You can see it on this blog also. But have you ever tried to apply this on your blog. Some of you may have tried it by adding the adsense code in post, but its not possible to put adsense code every time you make a post. or still if you do this, it would be very hectic.

Here I am showing the simple trick using which, you will have to do it only once and it will automatically be showing below the Title of each and every post of your blog.Just follow the simple steps showing below:

Step 1:

First of all setup your Adsense in whatever format you wish or which suits your blog and get the code.

Step 2:

When you have have got adsense code, you will have to parse this code HERE. Parsing is nothing but the conversion of the special symbols of adsense into xml supported language. After parsing you will get the converted code. Just Copy the code and then proceed for the next step.

Step 3:

Now login to your Blogger Account and go to Layout >> Edit HTML. Here you then Click on the “Expand Widget Templates” box.





In HTML code box find (Ctrl+F) the below peice of code:



Step 4:



When you found this code just put your parsed adsense code before the tag.

You code will look like this:


When you have done this, dont hurry to save it. First see the preview of it and if it shows perfectly, you can save it now. But it may sometimes not show perfectly depending upon your template style or if you are using ads other than from Google Adsense. Well in this case, dont worry, You will have to change the first step. Means when you get the adsense code (Whether from Google or else) you will have to do something more before Parsing it(i.e. Step 2).



Step 1 (alternative):
After getting the adsense code, just add a peice of code just before and after your original adsense code as shown below:



1 comments:

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