How to add ads 468×60 in top replace social widget, and change search bar

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    Hello, i have few question.

    1. i want to ask. is it possible to change social widget address and change to ad banner 468×60 size ?

    2. In desktop display, i use search bar on widget (show on top in desktop display),
    search top

    but it show bottom when in mobile device.
    bot search

    When i check search bar top in mobile device from theme option,
    check bot

    it show 2 search bar when in mobile display. 1 in top (which is from theme option), and 1 in bottom (which is search bar from widget).
    bottom search
    top mobile search

    my question, Is any other way to change search bar always on top when on mobile. and desktop ?



    1) Yes, you can add your Ad code as per the following location: Screenshot

    After that remove your social icons one by one –

    Customizer -> V3 Control Panel -> Social – by leaving their specific fields empty. Keep the first option checked.

    2) If you wish you can hide the Search widget in sidebar when in mobile view by using a conditional widgets plugins for eg.

    Widget Options – The #1 WordPress Widget Control Plugin

    Dynamic Widgets



    i already add 468×60 static banner in line that you show to me but it seems banner not sized properly. It follow social media icon size. not fully banner 468×60. Or am i wrong placing code ?

    theme set

    Thanks for answering


    Please provide banner code and we will test at our end and provide further info.



    here’s banner code.

    <a href='' target='_blank'><img src='' border='0' alt='gif-468x60'/></a>


    Try this in Customizer -> Additional CSS

    .socialmedia img {
        height: 60px;
        width: 468px;
    .socialmedia {
        width: auto;

    Final result should look like this

    Please note that the img URL should be from image uploaded to WP gallery otherwise it may look blurry.

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