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To prevent the page from reloading you simply need to return false; from your runscript function: function runscript(){ .... return false; } That will prevent the link from actually triggering the href when the JavaScript handles the action instead. There will be no jumpiness and the page will not reload. If you can't edit the function itself, ...


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You say that there are page speed requirements but they are actually recommendations, guidelines, and best practices. Most of the time, you would do better to follow the advice, but there are times when the advice is inappropriate or not worth the effort. You don't need to get a perfect score. Any score about "80%" is probably good enough. For search ...


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I hope you have made the required changes to the adsense code for SSL compliance. Read this - https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/10528?hl=en&ref_topic=1307438 Also, like 25-50% of the time, it just shows blank space (so AdSense has no ads for me), but that too should not affect PPT. Adsense fill rate generally remain over 90% for almost all ...


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Google has published their recommendations on how to implement responsive units along with a code sample on how to hide the ad unit for certain screen sizes. You can view it here: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/3543893?hl=en&ref_topic=1307438 (Click on the heading titled Hiding an ad unit)


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The only way I the server change affects adsense is speed. If you switched to a server that performs slower than the last one, then you'll likely earn less or see irrelevant ads at best. I couldn't use many of the various testing tools on your site because your URL is an IP address. Your first step is to change that IP address to an actual domain name so ...


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If you use Adsense through DFP, all Adsense revenue will be visible and paid through your Adsense account.


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I think you have half answered your own query. You need to create an html file. However, instead of implementing the responsiveness yourself, you can use any of the ad networks providing responsive ad code in the html e.g. buysellads provide responsive ads. I am sure most of the better ad networks must be providing responsive ad code. However, if you want ...


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You can refer to Backup ads information page for that. In absence of ads, you can choose to display an empty box (default), a box filled with a selected color or a custom html for displaying some thing else (e.g. a banner ad for an in-house web site).



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