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Using Clicksor--WHERE in Wordpress do I add my generated ad code??

Posted on 2013-02-04
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Hi

I generated my ad code from Clicksor. Then I see "add code to your website" which is cool but WHERE do I add it?? I'm using Wordpress. From what I understand these ads are randomly placed. So the code wouldn't just go in a sidebar widget, right? The code would have to go somewhere to be picked up by the whole site.... or am I thinking of this incorrectly??

Any help appreciated.
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Depends on how the code is structured.  If it is a script, the best place for it would be in header.php of your theme.
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This thread shows you how to ad it via the plugin and how to ad it via the widget,

http://shekharaerosoft.blogspot.com/2012/08/best-ways-to-add-clicksor-ads-on.html
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