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# 40704 2-Sep-2009 12:21
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I noticed some blogs don't have Google ads in them, how do you turn this off? Do i need to be a subscriber to get rid of these ads?

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  # 252531 2-Sep-2009 12:36
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I would reccommend subscribing anyway, it's soooo much better visiting the site and forums without ads.

(By the way, I was totally fibbing about the massages from Mauricio in the last subscription benefit thread.)




 

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  # 252593 2-Sep-2009 14:52
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Ah, i thought some blogs didn't have the google ads, but a closer look revealed they did, but they were just taking ages to show up.... been having lots of issues with my new fancy Slingshot connection lately, but that's another story!

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  # 253367 5-Sep-2009 11:55

hey, been awhile since i've been on here, wanting to update some of my blog on here, but cant find anything more than a link for a new post, cant edit much more like CSS or categories of the new post.

can anyone post admin like link to edit css of the blog and so forth?
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  # 253368 5-Sep-2009 12:04
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You haven't looked hard enough. It's all in your Profile options page. There are links for the Blog Configuration, which is where you change options, configure CSS and more.




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