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#1 IamKangy 08-11-2018 23:32:18

I am wanting to add my Google AdSense code (for the ad size 728x90) just above from the copyright. But I am not sure exactly what file to edit or where to put the code. Any help would be extremely grateful, Thanks in advance for your help.

#2 msworld 11-11-2018 08:19:22

Usually Google Ad code goes in the header or footer template file.

content/*theme*/header.tpl.php
content/*theme*/footer.tpl.php

In the footer template file, directly after:

<footer class="push">

Usually Google code goes before the closing </body> tag.

#3 IamKangy 11-11-2018 13:48:36

Awesome, thank you David. smile

#4 IamKangy 13-11-2018 16:13:14

Just a note to this, I stumbled across this by accident and thought I would give it a try.

I had just upgraded from 4.1 to 4.2 and in the ACP there is the footer to edit the copyright ... I decided to try and add my Google Ad code to just before the copyright and then add a <br> and that worked. Better then having to edit the template files IMO.

Just sharing in case others want to add a code to there footer.

#5 msworld 15-11-2018 06:31:00

Yes, that will work. Glad you got it sorted. smile

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