Injects any adverts (e.g. AdSense) into the WordPress posts or widget area. Restrict who sees ads by post length/age/referrer or IP. Cache compatible.
Here are some things to check if the ads are not appearing, or are appearing when you think they shouldn't.
Ad Injection can only (with most themes) insert ads into archive pages if you are showing the full post. The ads will almost certainly get truncated or stripped out if you are showing excerpts.
I hope to add proper support for excerpt ads in a later release.
You can try defining the 'clear' display setting so that multiple floated parts of your page do not overlap.
If you always have a floated image at the top of the page you can set which paragraph the first random advert will start from. If you needed finer control over where the random adverts appear you can use the and tags in the page.
Check your style sheet to see if either the text or headings have the 'clear' attribute set. This may be preventing your text / headings from flowing around the advert.
Google's AdSense TOS only allow allow three ad units, and three link units per page. If you have for example tried to insert four ad units on your page then Google will (probably) disable the forth one automatically. Read Google's AdSense program policies for more info.
Ad Injection does not currently have support for inserting adverts into snippets, however ads in snippets may or may not work depending on how your theme processes the pages's content. If you end up with unwanted parts of the ad code in your snippets you may need to disable the top/random/bottom ads from your archive, home or front pages using the tick boxes near the top of the UI.
You are probably running out of memory. View the HTML source of the settings page (usually right click and View Source) and see if there is an out of memory message. You might have to delete/deactivate some other plugins, or search Google for advise specific to your web host.
If not create this directory and make sure it is writeable by the plugin (chmod 0755 will do, chmod 0750 is better).
Are there text files in the ads directories? The ad code that you enter into the ad boxes should get saved in text files in the ads directory.
Has the config file been created? It should be at '/wp-content/ad-injection-config.php'. If not make sure the '/wp-content/' directory is writeable (chmod 0750 is best, chmod 0755 will do).
If you get an error like:
'Warning: include_once(/homepages/xx/dxxxx/htdocs/blog/wp-content/plugins/ad-injection/adshow.php) [function.include-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /homepages/xx/dxxxx/htdocs/blog/ on line xx'
Then you need to delete your cache. The references to the Ad Injection includes are still in your cached files, deleting the cache will get rid of them.
If you do get any errors please use the 'Report a bug or give feedback' link on the plugin to send me the error details. If things go so badly wrong that you can't even get to the settings page please send me an email via this contact form.
Requires: 2.8.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-8-11
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