How do I ad a simple banner ad code to my blog page?
If you want to put the code in to post body just like my on www.toptrix.net you have to edit the template html.
It doesn't seem to work.
I can add the html, as you describe, but the only thing that shows up on my blog it the title I enter and nothing else.
check it out here, the new gadget is above my "Who am I" and titled Go Daddy..
I read the link to the blogger help but I just can not figure it out. Just don't know what I am missing.
Again, Thanks Much!
As you can read, I am still having difficulty with the basics of adding my code for my banner ad, but you got my attention on the insertion of the code into the actual posts. I love it.
I have looked at the html of my page and have a little understanding of what I see (very little, but I have written some html in older webpages (10 years ago or so)). Anyway, I can not find the location to insert something into the post area, as you have done. could you give me some pointers on finding the correct location.
I see where the definitions are, the variables and what I thought was most of the basics but, where the text for the post is entered eludes me??
On my other problem, I see the following html in my page,
<b:widget id='HTML1' locked='false' title='Go Daddy' type='HTML'/>
<b:widget id='Profile1' locked='false' title='Who Am I?' type='Profile'/>
and as you can see, the widget id title "go Daddy" is there but only the title words show on my page, not the actual banner ad.
Any thoughts to help me?
1. copy your banner code and convert the code by using this tools : http://www.eblogtemplates.com/blogger-ad-code-converter/
2. copy the converted code and then go to blogger dashboard >> template >> edit html and click on edit HTML.
WARNING: DOWNLOAD YOU TEMPLATE AND BACKUP SO IF YOU GO ANY WRONG YOU CAN GET ORIGINAL BACK.
3. TiCk the option 'expand widget template'.
4. Now if you want to display ad just bellow your post title and start of post body, find this
and then insert the banner code bellow this code.
5. If you want to display the banner code only if the post is viewed fully and not on the home page, do this..
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>
/////your converted banner code here/////
you have to insert these two tags before and after your banner code.
you are done. then.
Well, I converted mu code, just fine,
So first I copied the code into the widget, but as you might guess, only the code appeared on the page.
PK, so I looked over the html, as you suggested but do not find anything i can pin down to the point you are describing and I covered every section.
Can I copy my html and email it to you directly, and could you cut out the relevant part and send it back, so I can then find it and get this done...
I hate to post all that code in this forum..
Maybe if I am successful at one, I can then do more
I tried the method you suggested several times, just to make sure I didn't mess it up. no dice
So I tried Previns method and used the code conversion tool, converted it successfully and then even tried to enter the code in the widget html. no dice as the result was the bare code being displayed on the page.
I still lost..
Not to the point.
If you are going to insert the ad banner code in to the sidebar or any other place by putting the code into widget (dashboard >> layout >> insert widget) this way, you dont need to convert the code, put the code directly.
The code need to be converted only if you are putting it in to the blogger template by editing HTML code. in this case also, some times you dont have to convert it. you first try to insert it without converting, if you get the error, you have to convert it.
Second thing, you must find the code in to your template. I have personally visited the blog i have find out the code. it is there.
if you didnt find it, search for the line
remove spaces before and after the code while searching. I can help you more if you want. you can also completely backup the html code and send the file to me. I will try to help you for sure. also send the ad banner code with it.
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