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Can someone point me to some helpful documentation? I'm using Daily Dish with a 728x90 "Leaderboard" banner ad on the "Before Header" widget. But it's not mobile responsive: viewing it on a smartphone requires a side scroll (which makes the whole site look funky besides). How do I make it responsive?http://sharpologist.com
That's the problem with banner ads, which usually nobody looks at anyway.
With CSS you can hide this ad on mobile using display: none; and use a smaller version for mobile. You need to install both ads, hide the small one on desktop and display: block; on mobile, then hide the large one on mobile.
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Thanks emasai. Yeah I've been doing a lot of reading up on this. The ad server explicitly calls a creative size, irrespective of responsiveness. Yes, Css will work but I also discovered the ad server can serve different creatives to different device types, so it ends up being the same thing.
I sell banner ads directly, no ad networks like AdSense, so even if "nobody looks" I still get paid. 🙂
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