Google Adsense Now Allowing Publishers To Change Font On Ads.

by DB on February 20, 2009


The Google Adsense team announced on their Blog today that publishers can now also change the font face on Adsense ads. The available font faces for publishers to choose from are Arial, Times & Verdana. Fonts can be set quickly for all your ads by choosing a account wide font face in the ‘Ad Display Preference’ section of ‘Account Settings’ page. The other option to individually select the font for each ad unit by going to the ‘Manage Ads’ section.

Here is a screenshot of the ‘Display Preference’ option:

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‘Manage Ads’ Option:

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What about Link Units?

Looks like the option to change fonts is not available on Link units. I don’t know if this option will be rolled out to Link Units in the future, but it is weird that this is not available with this new feature rollout. There was no particular mention about Link Units in the blog update from the Adsense team, so i guess it will be a mystery for sometime.

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