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    Hi Guys,

    I need your inputs on the adsense placements I have made for my site: The Healthy Advice

    Thanks ahead!

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    I am not one for giving reviews as sometimes it seems to be a waste of time since it an easy area of a forum to get backlinks so hard to know who is asking for real help or just for a backlink.

    In case you are for real then I would add some padding to the right of the images in your post. Text should never be that close makes for a harder read with padding looks cleaner more professional and easier to read

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    Hi Mr Bill. This one is for real

    I believe you used Firefox to view my website. Thats because the padding is present on IE but not on Firefox. Unfortunately that one is still on my to do list.

    You didn't comment on the adsense placements. I take it everything is fine. I'm asking about that because the current 336 x 280 seems to overwhelm the user with a big advertisement while the 468 x 60 I initially hoped to use tends to overlap over to the right.

    Is the 336 x 280 size just alright?

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    Someone else with a designers eye will need to help with that as I can suggest anything on the adsense your image issue can be done in you post wrap this around the image while editing

    Code:
    <div style="float:left;  padding:2px; margin:2px;">
    Your Image
    </div>

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    The placement seems OK -- indeed, the 336x280 blocks seem a little bit awkward in that central column -- but I think that you should first match the link colour with that of the rest of the page. It seems as though the AdSense links are a lighter blue than the other links on the site.

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    By the way, it might be a little easier to do something like this for the spacing around your images:

    HTML Code:
    <img src="..." style="margin-right: 10px;" />
    This should be better supported than the "hspace" that you currently use. However, I do personally use the <div> technique, as above. See for instance this page about proofreading services. The accompanying CSS looks like this:

    Code:
    .floatright {
        float:      right;
        margin:     0 0 10px 15px;
        text-align: justify;
    }
    
    .floatright img {
        margin: 0 0 5px 0;
    }
    The second part of this CSS is there so that I can write a caption below each image if I want to (within the <div>...</div>) and it will be nicely spaced from the image above it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Stavros View Post
    The placement seems OK -- indeed, the 336x280 blocks seem a little bit awkward in that central column -- but I think that you should first match the link colour with that of the rest of the page. It seems as though the AdSense links are a lighter blue than the other links on the site.
    yes, I'll try working on getting the link colour to be the same as the page. Then if that still won't work - ill try another type of adsense block

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Stavros View Post
    By the way, it might be a little easier to do something like this for the spacing around your images:

    HTML Code:
    <img src="..." style="margin-right: 10px;" />
    This works perfectly! Thank you indeed for this nifty code.

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