Apply Padding to Adsense Ads with this CSS Code.
Now, if you’ve been an Adsense publisher for a long time, you may already be showing an ad unit between posts. And plugins like Quick AdSense make it easy to insert ads at the beginning, end, middle, or anywhere in your blog post.
But sometimes, when we show ads in the middle of a message, it can seem misleading to the viewer. For example, visitors can view an ad as an image and click on it. While we’re not sure if this click is considered a scam, it will clearly degrade the user experience.
One way to get rid of this confusion is to add extra padding to make your declarations more legible. See screenshot below.
Apply Adsense coping
To clarify this, add text like “Ads” or “Google Ads” using the following code
The final code looks something like the following screenshot.