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How can I AdSense advertisements from my pages when I can't see the code in HTML

  1. I want to remove Google's advertisement on my blog, but I don't see their adcode on my pages so that I can delete them. Please help.
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  2. We do have an advertising program called WordAds, which you read more about at

    Advertising outside of WordAds at is not allowed. For full details, please see:

    If you require other advertising, you might be interested in a self-hosted ( installation. There are no restrictions on advertising if you setup a self-hosted blog instead of a blog, but there are some added responsibilities.

    Please see this link to learn about the differences:

    We have hosting recommendations at the following link if you are interested:

  3. I want to remove AdSense advertisements on my blog, but I don't see their adcode on my pages so that I can delete them. Please help.
    Their ads 'crawl' randomly on every page of my site, appearing and disappearing - when I go to 'Edit' and from Visual to HTML, so that I can delete the ad code, the code isn't visible so that I can delete it.
    On the web page, the ad code is visible under Tools >Web Developer>Page Source, but then I can't delete the code on this page.
    It is very frustrating as I have closed account with AdSense but they're still running the ads on my site, and they won't help me get rid of them.
    I would appreciate anyone's advice on how to get rid of the ads short of being forced to remove my blog.

  4. Oh, sorry, I misread what you wrote.

    To support the service (and keep free features free), we sometimes run advertisements, and the agreement for this has been in our terms of service since 2006.

    We try hard to only run them in limited places. If you would like to completely eliminate ads from appearing on your blog, we offer the No-Ads Upgrade:

  5. So, in short, I'm stuck with them?
    They're Google's Adsense advertisements.

  6. Yes, unless you purchase a No Ads upgrade. The ads you're seeing cover the service costs so your blog can remain free.

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