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[Support request] Problem whith CSS (advertising banners disappeared from all the web)

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  • #433004
    Francisco

    Good afternoon.
    I have a problem with my web: http://www.narrativabreve.com
    I was working in a page of the web and I´ve removed a image using CSS, not from the plugin Simple CSS if not from the CSS box that is under the content of the page I refered previously. The problem I have now is that suddenly all the Google advertising has disappeared, not only from that page but from the entire blog . I have gone back to that page and I have deleted the CSS order, but the publicity still does not come out. The space where advertising was before is now empty.
    Con you help me, please.
    Thank you very much.
    Francisco

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    #433150
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Not quite sure what you mean? Where am I looking at specifically?

    How are you inserting the ad?

    #433215
    Francisco

    Hi, Leo.

    The problem is that Google banners have disappeared. If you visit the web (www.narrativabreve.com), you will not see them. It´s only an empty espace now. You can see in the capture: https://narrativabreve.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Captura-banner.jpg
    In the place where you see the circle there were two banners. There´s no banner al all in the web, and there were many.
    It´s because a hide order from CSS. But I don´t know who to fix it.

    Thanks.

    #433295
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    GP itself definitely wouldn’t hide that for you.

    I’m not seeing any CSS that’s hiding them either.

    How are you adding the ad? Perhaps check with the source?

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