Stop the editor adding

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I have googles adverts on my site, everytime i turn my back a couple of br's are thrown in, which i may add are neither needed or wanted. Does anyone know how to make it strtct code because its fine without the breaks.
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Hello Lee,
Can you tell me more about where how the br's are affecting your adverts? Are the adverts that you have Google AdSense or something different? Tell me a bit more about your adverts and their placement and I will try to help.

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they are placed on the right side of a 2 colum, surroundedm by a border.
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Hi Lee,
How do the br's affect your adverts? Can you give me a link to one of your pages that has the adverts where the br's are being inserted and I will take a look.

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i have just tidy'd them up - they will do it again, its the 1's on my current index page http://hexham.info
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Is that one two column widget and the sets are placed on top of one another? Are you able to try using a two column widget for each set of ads?
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they are in a 2 sorry, i forgot

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Ok, here is something you could try, but I would try it on a test page first. Try using only one two column widget and putting the advert code ontop of each other on the right and left as you are trying to achieve a succession of ads one on top of the other on both sides. You will most likely need to insert one br after the first advert code to make the second advert code go underneath and not next to.