Thursday, October 30, 2014

Putting AdSense within Blog Post for Blogger Blogspot

How to put AdSense embedded inside (within) a blog post or article at the top left or right ? Or at the bottom left or right of a blog post/article?

Here's a brief tutorial:

1. After login to your blogger.com account -> layout -> edit HTML -> click Expand Widget Template
2. Find the following code inside the template (shortcut tips: press CTRL+F and search "post-body" in the search box).

<div class='post-body'>
<p><data:post.body/></p>
<div style='clear: both;'/> <!-- clear for photos floats -->
</div>

3. a. Put the following embedded code ABOVE the <div class='post-body'> if you want to place the Adsense code at the beginning of your post (at the left side).

3.b. Put the following embedded code BELOW <div style='clear: both;'/> <!-- clear for photos floats -->
</div>
if you want to place it at the end of your blog post (at the left side).

<div style='float:left;'>
--- AdSense Code here ---
</div>


4. If you want to put the embedded AdSense on the right side, just change the 'float:left' into 'float:right'
5. Click SAVE. Done. See the LIVE DEMO here.

Important Note:

In case you fail to put the AdSense code within the blogger / blogspot template, don't panic!
Just follow these simple steps:

1. Change any code like this < into &lt;
2. Change any code like this > into &gt;

Is it ok with AdSense TOS? Yes, it's.

Wish you luck.

Popular Posts for Wordpress.Com

How to enable Popular Posts or Top Rated Posts widget in Wordpress.com

Popular posts or Top Posts is already available by default in Wordpress.com. So, you don't need to install any popular posts plugins.

After login to your wordpress.com -> Appearance -> Widgets
Drag and drop the Top Post Widget into the Sidebar.
Done.

How to Hide System Tray Icons

How to hide, delete or turn off a system tray icons entirely or selectively in Windows XP and Vista

Turning Off or Disable System Tray Entirely
Disable selective icons in System Tray


Turning Off or Disable System Tray Entirely

Click on Start button.
In Windows XP, click Run and then type regedit and hit ENTER. In Windows Vista, type regedit into Start Search and hit ENTER.
Navigate to the following registry key in Registry Editor:HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\
Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer
Right click on Explorer, and then select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value (DWORD Value in Windows XP). Type NoTrayItemsDisplay as its value name.Skip this step is NoTrayItemsDisplay registry entry is already available. Note that is NoTrayItemsDisplay, and not NoTrayItemDisplay.
Double click on NoTrayItemsDisplay, and set the value data to 1.
Log off and log on again or restart computer to make the change effective.

Note: To re-enable and bring back the notification area or system tray to the display, just delete the NoTrayItemsDisplay registry key, or change the value data for the key to 0.[1]


Disable selective icons in System Tray

Start -> Run -> type msconfig
Startup -> choose which icon you don't want to display and uncheck the box
Click Apply. Close. Done.

The change will take effect after computer restart
To re-enable it, just repeat the process and check the unchecked icons

Sponsored Trip to China for Blogger

Sponsored trip to China citiesA Malaysian company offers me a sponsored trip plus USD 2,000 allowance to China for a week to visit several Chinese cities. Here's the interesting offer:

Hi Fatih, I am writing on behalf of (company name here), a digital media company based in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.

Good news for you. You are chosen by a tourism advertiser to travel to one of the cities in China for 7 days. The objective of the trip is to promote the city. The flights and accommodation will be sponsored and you are given an additional USD 2,000 allowances for content maintenance.

Estimated travel time will be in September (to be confirmed). Please let me know if you are available and interested in the trip. Please note that the sponsored trip is in proposing stage. We will keep you updated with the details from time to time.

Unfortunately, my wife disagrees to go there since we've just got three and half month old baby who she thinks is not physically prepared to make such a long journey. Had the offer been two years from now it would've been ok.

The point why I share this news with you, our honorable readers, is that: this is one of many benefits if you're blogging in English .


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