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Adrotate won't display ads in Widgets

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Tanzstern    0
Tanzstern

Hello,

at first: Sorry for my poor englisch.

 

I use WP 3.7 with PageLines 1.4.5, deactivated all plugins except "adrotate" and "Extended AdRotate Ad Placements" on www.tanzsternemesum.de

If I have a look at the Theme "Twenty Twelve" I can see the Ad in my Side menue like configured in Adrotate.

But in PageLines I can't see anything.

 

What's going wrong?

 

Regards, Olaf.


Regards, Olaf.

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Danny    1,327
Danny

HI,

 

From what I can see its resizing the any image to 0x0, without any errors being displayed. Therefore, the best course of action is for you to contact the developer of the plugin for assistance.


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Tanzstern

Hello,

thanks for you quick answer.

What's about the fact, that I can see the Ad under Twenty Twelve?

Do I have to look under style css or somwhere else in PageLines?


Regards, Olaf.

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PageLines as far as I am aware has no specific styling for the AdRotate plugin. Therefore, you will need to contact the developer of the plugin for assistance. The shortcodes simply do not function as intended, when used in a widget. However, they work fine when added to a post or page.


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