|Normal CSS DIVs have a default CSS position of static.|
Immediately before then end of the container I have another DIV with style set to position:absolute. The width and height dimensions jump to the empty child placeholder position.
Give it a whirl, it is simple and very effective.
|2010-10-22 21:59:09 - In reply to message 1 from John Rutherford|
|Yeah!! Congratulations I understand you had a child. Is a boy or a girl?|
Now, is there a way to put simple example in code? as in:
<div>This is an example</div>
|2010-10-22 22:21:07 - In reply to message 1 from John Rutherford|
|Great, I will try that too.|
|2010-10-23 06:50:56 - In reply to message 4 from John Rutherford|
|Awesome!! thanks @johnRutherford thats really useful!! Some one may resent the empty spaces but I prefer that before the whole page frozen for a lousy add. Thanks again.|
|2010-10-24 03:00:58 - In reply to message 1 from John Rutherford|
|I was looking into this but it seems that it does not change the problem, I mean remotely retrieved delaying the load of the rest of the page.|
It may seem that ads load later, but that is just because AdSense code generates its own iframes on which the ads load. Still the initial AdSense code stalls the load of the rest of the page.