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    chobs
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    Hi,
    I’ve got a homepage that originally had an Adsense skyscraper in the sidebar, however when I added a leaderboard at the top of the first post (which also includes a big box) the skyscraper in the sidebar disappears, any ideas why? Here’s the link
    Appreciate your thoughts,
    C

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    Davinder Singh Kainth
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    I see 4 ads

    1. top of first top (leaderboard)
    2. Ad block below 1/2 paragraph
    3. Sidebar skyscrapper ad
    4. Leaderboard ad at bottom.

    You may want to remove one ad spot as only 3 ads per page are allowed.


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    #79773

    chobs
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    Thanks Davinder,

    I think you saw this as I was testing. I figured out that I could not include shortcode for a two Adsense ads (in functions.php) in a post without it canceling out the third ad (skyscraper) in the sidebar. I ideally wanted a leaderboard to appear under my post title on the homepage/featured post. I guess the Genisis theme doesn’t allow for it. I heard about a plugin that does this for $19 but I’m hesitant to spend.

    C

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    chobs
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    Clairification, I figured out how to have all three on a post. However when I use the “featured post widget” to show a full post on the homepage, it DOESN’t appear under the title, so I put it in the top right header instead. This get’s a little confusing to explain.

    Here’s what I mean, homepage: http://porschelover.com
    And post: http://porschelover.com/art-porsche-design-urban-outlaw-la/

    Notice the header right with the leaderboard makes the post now 4 Adsense ads. Not sure if I can hide the leaderboard in the header on a post…

    In a perfect world it would be like this: http://endangeredcars.com however I realize this is another Studio Press theme altogether from Mag Pro, which is the one I use.

    Thoughts?
    C

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