New responsive advert isn’t serving correctly. A Test and [if it works] a sponsored link follow:


NOTE: the Javascript code being generated by Google Adsense (both for Synchronous AND Asynchronous) ads is not NECESSARILY configured correctly for YOUR host. Try fiddling with the spaces (and removal of them) if you are having issues. Note also that some ads will look perfect on mobile devices yet struggle to serve on laptops/desktops. It all depends on the GoTo.com (original) algorithm…or “How Your Web site + Google + Their customers + your Javascript + the User Interface PLUS *sigh* the Web development tool you are using. It should not be so complicated but it is. That’s WAY messed up and not very Object-Oriented at ALL on the part of Google’s code-block-geberating algorithm; but it must be delt with on a case by case basis.
NOTE ALSO: *sigh* like PHP….JS has a tendency to decay over time. Take the time out to review your code if ads are starting to get weird. I was able to get a NEW responsive/asynchrounous AD to serve (seen above) in 5 minutes by copy/paste THEN removing all the spaces the code generator inserted needlessly.
I had thought this was a result of Advertisers NOT queued up to serve themselves on my site (ie…perhaps I’m not THAT in-demand and it will take a day or two. THIS WAS NOT THE CASE) I cannot say who they are per Google’s Ad Policy and my own Ethical Code…but FOUR COMPANIES were lined up to serve ads on my site (good/legit advertisers though…check them out…)and being denied due to spaces, too many spaces, not enough spaces or missing semi-colons in the code. Kinda brings me back to Computer Science 101. It’s always a god-damn missing semi-colon isn’t it? Thanks Google but you guys REALLY suck sometimes. Pay me s#!t AND make me look stupid….NICE right.
//end rant/notes


Chris Welke

"walk into the club like what up? I got a big cock!" -Macklemore

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