Sidebar Adsense Widget is Now on WordPress

I have some good news for those who have been using adsense sidebar widget from Amikelive Tech. Starting from today, the plugin will be available for download at WordPress.org website. The widget has also been officially renamed to Amikelive Adsense Widget. Since I have a plan to improve its features over the time, you are welcome to post feature requests in the previous releases and report code malfunction so that I can improve the quality. Please write comment about your experience using the widget in this post along with malfunction report and suggestion or idea for improvement.

The most up-to-date version of the widget for download will be available only at WordPress plugin repository. However, you can still see some posts related to the development of the plugin in this blog.

Visit the plugin homepage at WordPress to download: Amikelive Adsense Widget on WordPress

7 Responses to “Sidebar Adsense Widget is Now on WordPress”


  • Hi there, amaizing and simple widget! Very usefull.

    I just wanna know if there is any way to centrilize the ads on the sidebar.

    If you check on my blog the ads stay so close to the lefta border..

    thank you!

  • Hi Ralph,
    Thank you for your comment.

    Regarding the alignment, the widget is currently aligned to default alignment of your template. If special alignment is required, additional CSS configuration should be inserted into current widget settings.

    I will mark this as a feature request and the feature will be added in version 0.6, which I am currently working on.

  • Hi,
    I am having trouble installing your plugin. I am on WP 3.0.1. When I try to activate, I get the following error

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘(‘, expecting ‘}’ in wp-content/plugins/amikelive-adsense-widget/aml_adsense.php on line 76

    Thanks in advance

  • George,

    I will investigate this isssue. I didn’t test for 3.0.1 but as the new version 0.6 is released at the end of this month, this issue will have been resolved.

  • Hi
    thank you for the widget!
    How can I set destination frame of the google link to new blank page instead in the same original page?
    thank you

  • I have the same problem as George has.
    Unfortunatelly my site is dead because of that :\

  • Thanks for this Widget, I’m new to WP but this still worked on my new WordPress v3.2.1 install.

    Installation was a snap, download it to my desktop, upload to the directory specified.

    Configuration was a snap, just plugged in my Pub code from the upper right of my AdSense account and the ID from my ‘Content > Ad units’ page (column that says ID)

    I thought I had to play with the size a little but it seemed to work fine on the 200×200 and/or the 120×600

    Thanks for the Great Work!!

    Dave
    http://www.ask4id.com/blog/

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