Not only AdSense ads are allowed in this process you can also parse many other ads codes which don’t work on blogger template e.g the nairapp ads code, Ngadverts ads code , and many others
Did you know that you can add this parsing tool to your website ? this will make it easy for you any time you want to do some conversion of codes you won’t need to do some bookmarks or Google search again since you already have it in your blog/website.
Having This code conversion tool can act as a medium of traffic generation and retaining returning visitors especially when the parse page is displayed publicly. This will make them come repeatedly using the tool directly from your site having know you have what they are looking for .and you know they won’t stop parsing codes because each time they do some template modifications they will need to parse some codes where needed .
This tool will also increase your page views especially when you blog on the same niche like me. any time you want to talk about parsing codes you won’t need to refer users to external links rather you will just link then to your own page. with that you are increasing your readers stay time on your blog and they will definitely love it.
In This post am going to show you how you can add the AdSense code conversion tool to your blogger site But before that you can keep yourself busy with some of my recent posts bellow
Having read through the above let’s quickly go back to discussion.
HOW TO ADD ADSENSE CODE CONVERSION TOOL TO YOUR BLOGGER SITE
Login your blogger site and edit your template
After that search for this code in your blogger template </head> just above the it paste bellow codes
Now from your template find ]]></b:skin> and just above it paste bellow CSS code
After that go back to your blogger dashboard and click on pages then create a new page and paste bellow code in the page you have created and publish your page.
<form> <textarea name="data1" style="width: 300px; height: 200px"></textarea> <input class="tec2" type="button" value="Convert" onclick="html2entitiesundefinedthis.form.data1)" onmouseout="this.className='tec2'" onmouseover="this.className='tec2 tec2hov'"> <input class="tec2" type="reset" value="Clear" onmouseout="this.className='tec2'" onmouseover="this.className='tec2 tec2hov'"> </form>
Hurray!!!!! You are done you can click on the page to see your tool ready for use from the above code you pasted on the page you can adjust your textarea box width and height and you can also modify your CSS if you are good in that but i will advice you leave it default if you are a novice