September 16th, 2011

What Happened to My Networked Blogs and Adsense Ads???

For days and days now, I have been trying to figure out why my Networked Blogs and Google Adsense Ads were not showing up on

I even went so far as to write Google, and surprise….surprise….they actually responded.

Hi Katrina,

Thanks for your email.

Ads are not appearing on your site because you have implemented the ad
code on a single line. Please note that when the ad code is generated in
your AdSense account, the formatting is important, and ads will not
display if the ad code is limited to a single line.

If it is not possible for you to prevent the code from being one line
only, you will need to remove the ‘<!–‘ and ‘//–>’ from the code.

For additional questions, I’d encourage you to visit the AdSense Help
Center ( ) or the official AdSense blog
( ). Alternatively, feel free
to post your question on the AdSense Help Forum ( ).


The Google AdSense Team

Unfortunately, the response was actually useless and frustrating.

Then, it occurs to me that others using the Atahualpa theme may be having the same problem so I ventured over to the BytesForAll Forum but not dice.

Break out my friend Google Search.

Yep, solved the problem on the first try.

And you will not believe how simple it was.

Log into my blog.

Traveled down my wordpress dashboard to Appearance and clicked Atahualpa Theme Options.

Moved on down to the last option in the list which is Configure CSS & JS.

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Found the option to CSS: Compress?

Changed the default from Yes to No.


Yes, that’s right….all done!


It was just that simple.

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Geesh, seems there is a problem every time I do an update of one kind or another. ~sigh~

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