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Not sure if this is really a big problem or something i can just ignore. In google search console under sitemap I am receiving an error stating....

Your Sitemap appears

Hi Jeremy. First I want to thank you for your service. As for the photos, I like it that you love life and are willing to work hard for success. Congrats on all your success, especially with WA, and the many more to come.

Yours truly,
Rick

I agree with, Phil!

-Mike

:)

Your sitemap is called sitemap.xml. Use that instead.

That took care of it thank you.

You're welcome, Jeremy.

More info on the below resource
https://kinsta.com/blog/your-sitemap-appears-to-be-an-html-page/

Much appreciated Thank you so much Abie! :)

You're welcome :)

I finally got to watch the video and it was very informative link thank you again .

Brilliant :)

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Sitemap error is this a real problem or no?

Sitemap error is this a real problem or no?

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Website Development & Programming

Not sure if this is really a big problem or something i can just ignore. In google search console under sitemap I am receiving an error stating....

Your Sitemap appears

Hi Jeremy. First I want to thank you for your service. As for the photos, I like it that you love life and are willing to work hard for success. Congrats on all your success, especially with WA, and the many more to come.

Yours truly,
Rick

I agree with, Phil!

-Mike

:)

Your sitemap is called sitemap.xml. Use that instead.

That took care of it thank you.

You're welcome, Jeremy.

More info on the below resource
https://kinsta.com/blog/your-sitemap-appears-to-be-an-html-page/

Much appreciated Thank you so much Abie! :)

You're welcome :)

I finally got to watch the video and it was very informative link thank you again .

Brilliant :)

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I was curious as to where in theme file editor specifically i can add in my google adsense code so i will work and not mess anything up.

You can use the Ad Inserter plugin, as you do not want to edit your theme files directly as you will lose your changes when the theme updates or if you change your theme.

Hey Jeremy,

Please do not ever modify your theme's files thinking the code that you add will remain... unless... unless you've created a child theme.

You see, whatever code you add to your theme will be overwritten and lost whenever you update your theme.

This is why it is recommended that you use a plugin to add you header code. And Taianne (aka TaiNewkirk) has already recommended one to you.

Hope you find this helpful.

Hi Jeremy, I asked site support to insert the code for me. Have a great day.

Hi
I have seen many advise to use the ad inserter plugin.

https://wordpress.org/plugins/ad-inserter/

Thank you I will look into this also :)

Google Bard answer for me :)


To add your Google AdSense code to your WordPress theme, you'll need to insert it into the header.php file. This file is responsible for adding elements to the top of every page on your site, including the AdSense code.

Here are the steps on how to add your Google AdSense code to the header.php file:

Access the Theme Editor: Go to Appearance > Theme Editor in your WordPress dashboard.

Locate the header.php file: Scroll down the list of theme files and select header.php.

Find the <head> section: Look for the <head> section of the code. This section typically starts with the <head> tag and ends with the </head> tag.

Paste the AdSense code: Paste your Google AdSense code inside the <head> section, before the </head> tag. Make sure there are no spaces or line breaks before or after the code.

Save the changes: Click the "Update File" button to save the changes you've made to the header.php file.

Once you've added the AdSense code, your ads should start appearing on your site. If you don't see any ads, check to make sure you pasted the code correctly and that you're using a valid AdSense account.

Here's an example of where to paste the AdSense code in the header.php file:
HTML

<head>
[removed][removed]

[removed]
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({
google_ad_client: "YOUR_AD_CLIENT_ID",
enable_page_level_ads: true
});
[removed]
</head>

Use code with caution. Learn more

Replace "YOUR_AD_CLIENT_ID" with your actual AdSense account ID.

I hope this helps!

It's really dangerous to modify theme files. You may make a mistake and stop your site from working. And the update will disappear next time the theme is updated.

You overcome this by using a child theme. Use a plugin to do this. Search Add New Plugin for "child theme".

Thank you sir I appriciate the advise and will do.

You modify the code in the Child Theme and it overrides the original code after loading it. Updates to the theme then don't affect your changes

Wow :)

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Placing code in theme file editor?

Placing code in theme file editor?

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Everything Wordpress

I was curious as to where in theme file editor specifically i can add in my google adsense code so i will work and not mess anything up.

You can use the Ad Inserter plugin, as you do not want to edit your theme files directly as you will lose your changes when the theme updates or if you change your theme.

Hey Jeremy,

Please do not ever modify your theme's files thinking the code that you add will remain... unless... unless you've created a child theme.

You see, whatever code you add to your theme will be overwritten and lost whenever you update your theme.

This is why it is recommended that you use a plugin to add you header code. And Taianne (aka TaiNewkirk) has already recommended one to you.

Hope you find this helpful.

Hi Jeremy, I asked site support to insert the code for me. Have a great day.

Hi
I have seen many advise to use the ad inserter plugin.

https://wordpress.org/plugins/ad-inserter/

Thank you I will look into this also :)

Google Bard answer for me :)


To add your Google AdSense code to your WordPress theme, you'll need to insert it into the header.php file. This file is responsible for adding elements to the top of every page on your site, including the AdSense code.

Here are the steps on how to add your Google AdSense code to the header.php file:

Access the Theme Editor: Go to Appearance > Theme Editor in your WordPress dashboard.

Locate the header.php file: Scroll down the list of theme files and select header.php.

Find the <head> section: Look for the <head> section of the code. This section typically starts with the <head> tag and ends with the </head> tag.

Paste the AdSense code: Paste your Google AdSense code inside the <head> section, before the </head> tag. Make sure there are no spaces or line breaks before or after the code.

Save the changes: Click the "Update File" button to save the changes you've made to the header.php file.

Once you've added the AdSense code, your ads should start appearing on your site. If you don't see any ads, check to make sure you pasted the code correctly and that you're using a valid AdSense account.

Here's an example of where to paste the AdSense code in the header.php file:
HTML

<head>
[removed][removed]

[removed]
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({
google_ad_client: "YOUR_AD_CLIENT_ID",
enable_page_level_ads: true
});
[removed]
</head>

Use code with caution. Learn more

Replace "YOUR_AD_CLIENT_ID" with your actual AdSense account ID.

I hope this helps!

It's really dangerous to modify theme files. You may make a mistake and stop your site from working. And the update will disappear next time the theme is updated.

You overcome this by using a child theme. Use a plugin to do this. Search Add New Plugin for "child theme".

Thank you sir I appriciate the advise and will do.

You modify the code in the Child Theme and it overrides the original code after loading it. Updates to the theme then don't affect your changes

Wow :)

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