Fixing AMP Ads That Break Your Website Layout

I maintain a couple of blogs, one of which is the whiskey review site Thirty One Whiskey. That blog actually gets a good amount of traffic, and generates enough revenue from Google ads to (partially) fund my whiskey and cigar habits.

One problem that I had been running into was that the default code for Google’s AMP ads was breaking the formatting of my website on mobile devices. When rendered, the ad element was wider than the width of the page on mobile screens, so when you started to scroll, quite often the page would move to the left a bit and the text would start to be cut off.

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