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  • #9689
    kylegap
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    Hi!

    I love using the homepage panes as my front page. I’d love even more if I could show a Google Adsense ad throughout as a pane… is that already possible? This woud be an awesome feature! 🙂

    Have a great day! 🙂

    #44310
    Skivey
    Member

    Yes it is! There are many widgets hidden within the theme, you just need to activate them!

    Go to Graphene Options > Advanced > Action Hooks >

    In there you can see various places to activate different widgets around the theme, this activates a widget area in the ‘Widgets’ section of the theme allowing you to add your adsense code!

    This is something I’m currently testing in various places on my site, so far I have the “graphene_above_footer” and “graphene_before_slider” activated with adsense. As I produce more interest i will be adding more advert space for locals to advertise (not adsense) which I will be using different action hooks.

    ref: http://www.cityofwells.info

    Matt

    #44311
    kylegap
    Member

    Hey Skivey,

    This is a very nice feature that I didn’t know and will use for sure. Thank you very much for this.

    But what I was thinking of I cannot do with the Hooks. Action hooks adds something in the them. What I was thinking of is if I show 6 panes, I’d like two of them to actually be a 336X280 adsense. I don’t know if I’m clear enough…

    For example, if I show 6 panes on my website, I’d like it to show like this:

    [Pane] [Adsense]

    [Adsense] [Pane]

    [Pane] [Pane]

    I actually want to replace a pane with an adsense ad…

    #44312
    kylegap
    Member

    So, this is impossible right now…. right?

    #44313
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    So, this is impossible right now…. right?

    You could probably achieve it with a child theme and using a custom theme-panes.php file and some custom functions/filters.

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