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The Blogger Workaround For The bX-r1buvw Error Isn't Effective Universally

Various Bloggers have stated that the workaround of adding code to the AdSense snippet isn't helping them avoid the bX-r1buvw error. It's possible, though unconfirmed, that the folks experiencing this frustration are those with multiple AdSense entries in the blog, where they've neglected to update one or more.

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julianaka said…
I have the same problem, but just one adsense banner in my template :(
Chuck said…
Hi Juliana,

When you're looking at your blog, do "View Source", and search on "google_ad_client". I think you'll be surprised.

And add "google_ad_host ..." after all instances of "google_ad_client ...".
julianaka said…
Hi Chuck

Thank you so much! I forgot about the google button, I was just looking at the banner...

Anyway, I hope adsense will find a better solution for the future! Thanks again! ;)
Chuck said…
My pleasure, Juliana!

We all have to hammer on Blogger, and Google, over and over. Eventually they will learn proper system management, and customer support, techniques.

Last year was an uphill struggle, and I won't bet this year will be any easier.

Use Blogger Contact, and Blogger Wishlist, whenever.

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