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Fergus Duniho wrote on 2021-07-17 UTC

From what you're saying, it is going wrong for you in two ways.

  1. It is showing the full 36 items. But it should only show a box that fits on the screen, and you should be able to see all 36 items only by scrolling this box.

  2. It is showing the ad above the content instead of to its left.

I went to test the ad for France by setting my IP's adlocale to "fr-FR", and when I went to preview this comment, an ad showed up at the top of the page. What I did yesterday was accidentally put the ad code for the left side ads in the script for banner ads that go up top. So, that accounts for #2. I have fixed that by copying the code to the correct file and deleting it from the wrong one. Were you also describing #1, or was it only #2?

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