I'm not sure what you're asking. In the side view above, the glue is just somewhere under the bottom part of the ear.
I just re-glued them a couple nights ago, and I'm getting really good at it! I just glued it down with a dab. Held it to dry a couple minutes, then pulled the ear back a bit and added more glue and held it down again. This was MUCH easier than doing it with a lot of glue the first time, and no chance of a real mess it your dog moves.
I'd been told that gluing was effective as long as they are still growing, so I know at 11 months I'm about at the limit. The only reason I'm still doing it is because one ear is not only a little higher, which it always may be (mine aren't even, either!), but because that ear tends to flip back, inside out.
After the last grooming I went over two weeks before I decided I needed to do it perhaps just this one more time.
Pukalu has never minded me doing it nor having them glued down in the slightest that I could see. But that tape... oh my! I'm not sure why it would be necessary.
Oh, and you can't do it with just one dab and leave it that way because then it's too easy for a paw to hook behind the ear and pull it undone. It has to lie pretty flat.
Lastly, I never have to remove the glue. As the hair grows out it becomes on the end of the hair, so you just un-glue the ear by trimming the hair on the ears. I'm sure that's what you do, too.