Hello everyone. It's me again. I wonder where I went wrong? The preview of a hub I am in the middle of completing is showing that ads will appear between one capsule and the next. It's not my intent, can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
You can't stop it.
There's a few little tricks a person can do to encourage them to move somewhere else (such as using one capsule instead of two and making the title yourself, or not having an image toggled to the right with your first text capsule) but the ad block size and placement is determined by YieldBuild.
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