AdSense WYSIWYG Guide

After joining the AdSense program, new publishers often have questions about placing the AdSense code on their sites using design-enhanced editors. These include such editing software as Microsoft FrontPage, Macromedia Dreamweaver, and Adobe GoLive, as well as online services like Google Page Creator and Yahoo! Sitebuilder. These applications allow you to edit your site without […]

After joining the AdSense program, new publishers often have questions about placing the AdSense code on their sites using design-enhanced editors. These include such editing software as Microsoft FrontPage, Macromedia Dreamweaver, and Adobe GoLive, as well as online services like Google Page Creator and Yahoo! Sitebuilder. These applications allow you to edit your site without worrying about the HTML. For this reason, they're frequently called WYSIWYG or "what you see is what you get" editors.

To avoid seeing unsightly code on your page and to make sure your ads function properly, you can follow step-by-step instructions for adding the ad code to your site using a WYSIWYG editor in Help With Ad Code demo. If you're using Google Page Creator, you may wish to review the instructions listed in Help Center. For further assistence, visit AdSense Help Forum.

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