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    I am displaying “One big sidebar” so you may have already guessed how awkward the advertising widget looks here. Could you please provide us guidance so we can have the following two options:

    1) Two 125×125 side-by-side (next to each other)

    2) 300px wide area where a google 300px ad could fit

    Thank you for the support,

    Sunny

    #30570

    The one big sidebar width is 340px, so for the 125 x 125 ads I would suggest using this HTML in a text widget:

    <div class="my-125-ads">
    <a href="your/link/here"><img src="your/image/url.jpg" alt="Ad Name" /></a>
    <a href="your/link/here"><img src="your/image/url.jpg" alt="Ad Name" /></a>
    </div>

    along with this CSS:

    .my-125-ads { padding: 20px; }
    .my-125-ads img { float: left; margin: 25px; }

    And for the 300px Google Ad this HTML:

    <div class="my-300-ads">
    <!-- Insert Google Ad code here -->
    </div>

    with this CSS:

    .my-300-ads { padding: 20px; }

    Obviously this is just an example and you’ll probably want to play around with the code to get it just right.

    #30571

    James I want to do just the opposite! lol two 125×125 syde-by-side to place google 125px ads and one big 300×300 px for a costume ad!

    I{m guessing for the big ad I just put this on the html text widget:

    <div class=”my-300-ads”>

    Ad Name

    </div>

    and this in the CSS:

    .my-300-ads { padding: 20px; }

    is that right? what about for the two 125×125 SIDE-BYSIDE google ads?

    thank you

    #30572

    For Google Ads, whether 125px x 125px (2 across) or 300px x 300px I’d use this code:

    <div class="my-300-ads">
    <!-- Insert Google Ad code here -->
    </div>

    with this CSS:

    .my-300-ads { padding: 20px; }

    #30573

    Thank you! that worded just perfect!

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