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« on: January 14, 2008, 03:28:10 PM »

Hi everyone!

I want to include Google ads in My forums

But I want them to to stay on the right of the page

So, apart from the Google ads code, anyone knows the code which I put so that the banner stays at the right

(I will put it in the Header file, I know that)

I just need the code to make it expand on the irght with the page
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« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2008, 06:18:55 PM »

You have to include the banner in the actual index file. So my suggestion is this:

Create a new table with two columns and one row, also make sure it has a fixed width.
In the left column you use an include statement, that calls the forum index file exclusively.
In the right column, you put the code for the Google ads. Make sure to specify the width of that column.

Test it extensively before you make it the official configuration.

Another option is to include the ads code in the actual Forum code, but it's not easy to spot where to put it, unless I know what forum software you're planning to use.

Good luck
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