New wp-banner version

This version supports a better banner positioning method.

To put the banner to the postion wanted you need a correct css-theme and an
actual wp-version !

Keep in mind that the banner-div is placed as first child of a parent element.

A parent element can be a tagname e.g. “body”, a classname or an element id.
If you call InsertElement in banner.php you have to edit the first two parameters.
With the first parameter you define the tag-id. This could be “tag” for a tag element
“class” for a class element “id” for an element id. This should enable you to place the banner just where you want it, so e.g. if you got a Partypoker ad that needs to be in just the right place or a personal banner you want placing on your site, you won’t find it a problem.

The second parameter defines the element name.

E.g. if you want to place the banner div after the body tag element you have
to call InsertElement(‘tag’,’body’,’banner’)

if you want to place the banner div between the latest and the penultimate
post you can use InserElement like this:

InsertElement(‘id’,’post-1′,’banner’)

Supposed there is a post-2 element as latest post.

You have to consinder that if you want to place the banner like this, you do a layout manipulation !
That means you have to take care of the banner and/or the wp-theme layout css !!
The wp-banner style-sheet is found in “styles” folder.

You can download the new version here

bibuweb is back

Hi all,

after a heavy server crash I needed some time to reconfigure this site.

Unfortunately some information I posted before were lost and I had no chance to get it back (only one that I found in Goggles cache).

Alfredo

New WP-Banner Plugin

Hi again,running your own webserver costs a lot of money. So it would be nice if one could unwind the monthly costs with a little income from banner advertisement.

Since I was using WordPress for my site I was looking for a banner administration tool, which fits my needs. Searching the web at the appropriate sites (i.e. wp-plugins.org | net) I didn’t found what I’m looking for.
But I remembered that the e107 cms had a good banner administration tool, which I’m still using on my site bilderbuchreisen.de. So I decided to adapt this tool to WordPress.

Very important for me is that I can manage banners from different affiliate programs. This programs normaly are counting the hits and views directly so that they offers you two URLs one for the banner it self and one URL for the clicks. The original e107 tool doesn’t support this feature and in addition it has some features more that I didn’t need, so I had to rewrite the complete code.

Ok, if your are curious now. You can download it here