AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin

Description

The AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin works in conjunction with the FREE
adplugg.com ad service.

Plugin Features

The AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin includes the following awesome features:

  • Ability to add your AdPlugg ads to your WordPress site from the WordPress Administrator with no access to the underlying source code required.
  • Ability to add you AdPlugg ads to any Widget Area on your site by dragging the AdPlugg Widget into that area.
  • Support for Zones allowing you to put different ads in different locations on a page.
  • Support for Facebook Instant Articles allowing you to include ads in your FBIA feed.
  • Works with AdPlugg’s Free and Pro versions.

PS: You’ll need a free adplugg.com Access Code in order to use the plugin.

AdPlugg Service Features

The FREE AdPlugg Ad Service includes the following amazing features:

  • Ad Rotating – Rotate which ads are displayed or the relative positioning of multiple ads.
  • Ad Scheduling – Set the start and stop dates for an individual ad or group of ads.
  • Ad Tracking – Track ad impressions and ad clicks.
  • Analytics – View daily, monthly or yearly graphs of your impressions and clicks.
  • Zones – Break your site up into different zones such as the top bar or side bar.
  • Placements – Group your ads into placements to simplify management and tracking.
  • Easy Setup – Easily create and setup your ads.
  • Timed Rotate – (NEW) Set your ads to rotate after a set interval.

The PRO AdPlugg Ad Service adds the following additional features:

  • Downloadable PDF, Excel and CSV Reports
  • Unlimited Scaling
  • Additional ad formats including Custom/HTML5, Flash, JavaScript, bar, dialog, interstitial, slide-in, text, and more.
  • Additional targeting options (such as targeting ads by on-page meta tags).
  • Ability to serve ad tags from third party systems such as Google AdSense.

Screenshots

  • The AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin makes it easy to place ads on your WordPress site.

Installation

  1. Upload the AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin to your blog.
  2. Activate it.
  3. Enter your adplugg.com Acccess Code.
  4. Drag the AdPlugg Ad Widget to the Widget Area where you want your ads to display.
  5. Optionally add the Zone machine name into the widget. This will make it so that the AdPlugg server only loads ads designated for the zone into the widget.
  6. Optionally Enable Facebook Instant Articles integration and drag AdPlugg widgets into your FBIA header.

FAQ

For questions and answers, visit the AdPlugg Question/Answer System at AdPlugg.com.

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin to your blog.
  2. Activate it.
  3. Enter your adplugg.com Acccess Code.
  4. Drag the AdPlugg Ad Widget to the Widget Area where you want your ads to display.
  5. Optionally add the Zone machine name into the widget. This will make it so that the AdPlugg server only loads ads designated for the zone into the widget.
  6. Optionally Enable Facebook Instant Articles integration and drag AdPlugg widgets into your FBIA header.

Reviews

Support is quick and helpful!

We’ve been using Adplugg as our ad server for almost 3 years now. Rarely have we had any questions but when we do, Collin has always gone above and beyond in researching and explaining things to us.

The program works great and has been compatible with all the WP updates since we installed it.

Incredible Customer Support – Fast, Friendly and very helpful

Was having issues with login credentials as site was build by another developer, and worked with an incredible helpful individual by the name of Collin. Not only was the service, very prompt, but Collin was extremely helpful, informative and was an amazing pleasure to communicate with.

The pluggin is wonderful and does it’s purpose. The Analytics are a wonderful asset to present to all ad partners for following up with impression and engagement and conversions, or click throughs.

Would definately recommend this plugin, and working with Collin anytime – 6 out of 5 stars!

My Very Sincere Thanks
CRS

Exactly what I needed

It took a bit of trial-and-error to get it to work correctly, but once I got set it’s been great. Nice little plugin that does what I need, without a bunch of extra crap I don’t want. Thanks!

Not Entirely Honest

Unfair tactics. They get your information before you find out that the free version is relatively worthless. You can only use directly linked image banners

Just Awesome!

This plugin is awesome, ad plugg team is super friendly too. Thanks for the plugin

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Contributors & Developers

“AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.6.7

  • Added additional testing on the AdPlugg access code retrieval function.

1.6.6

  • Added unit testing for the AdPlugg_Facebook_Instant_Articles class.

1.6.5

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.8.2.

1.6.4

  • Explicitly declared visibility for all methods in the AdPlugg_Notice_Controller class.

1.6.3

  • Renamed some test files to match our file naming conventions.

1.6.2

  • Added ‘Requires PHP: 5.3’ tag to the readme.txt file.

1.6.1

  • Updated tests/test-adplugg.php for WP coding standards.

1.6.0

  • Updated the endpoint for FBIA ads to www.adplugg.io (with temporary allowance for staying on www.adplugg.com).

1.5.18

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.8.1.

1.5.17

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v4.0.4 of the FBIA plugin.
  • Updated tests/functions.php for WP coding standards.

1.5.16

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v4.0.3 of the FBIA plugin.
  • Updated bootstrap.php for WP coding standards.

1.5.15

  • Updated the options page tests to add testing that ensures that the access code is stored correctly.
  • Added unit testing for the AdPlugg_Options_Page->admin_init() method.

1.5.14

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v4.0.2 of the FBIA plugin.
  • Updated the tags and description in the readme.txt file.
  • Updated the readme.txt file to include info regarding the new Open Graph targeting functionality.

1.5.13

  • Updated test-functions.php for WP coding standards.

1.5.12

  • Updated the copyright date.
  • Updated link params.

1.5.11

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.8.0.

1.5.10

  • Made the adplugg sdk functions into a class.

1.5.9

  • Updated test-class-adplugg-widget.php for WP coding standards.

1.5.8

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.7.5.

1.5.7

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v3.3.5 of the FBIA plugin.

1.5.6

  • Updated the widget help and made ‘adplugg.com’ references into links.

1.5.5

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.7.4.

1.5.4

  • Updated the names of our enqueued script and stylesheet to ‘adplugg-admin’.

1.5.3

  • Updated test-sdk.php for WP coding standards.

1.5.2

  • Notices are now dismissible (using built in WP is-dismissible functionality).

1.5.1

  • Fixed some typos/issues with the options page help.

1.5.0

  • Moved the SDK to the top of the head section for faster loading.

1.4.19

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.7.3.

1.4.18

  • Optimized the dash icon to hopefully fix the flashing issue.

1.4.17

  • Updated test-class-adplugg-admin.php for WP coding standards.

1.4.16

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v3.3.3 of the FBIA plugin.
  • Updated the install-wp-tests.sh script to fix test errors.

1.4.15

  • Updated all links to adplugg.com to use https.

1.4.14

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v3.3.1 of the FBIA plugin.

1.4.13

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.7.2.

1.4.12

  • Removed non-working .travis.yml file.

1.4.11

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.7.1.

1.4.10

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v3.3.0 of the FBIA plugin.

1.4.9

  • Updated the README.md file to reflect changes to the git repo.

1.4.8

  • Updated the review link for changes at wordpress.org.

1.4.7

  • Fixed bug with the path to the admin assets (css, js).
  • Updated/fixed the link for writing a review.
  • Removed some JavaScript under development that was erroneously released.
  • Updated the admin tests to use the new top level AdPlugg menu.

1.4.6

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with up to v3.2.2 of the FBIA plugin.

1.4.5

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is fully tested and working with WP 4.7.0.

1.4.4

  • Updated deprecated constructor (as of php 7) in the AdPlugg_Widget class.

1.4.3

  • Standardized the file and class names in the test suite.

1.4.2

  • Renamed class files to accurately reflect the full name of the contained class as per WP coding standards.

1.4.1

  • Updated test-options-page.php for WP coding standards.

1.4.0

  • Major refactoring – moved all includes to a new includes directory.

1.3.29

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v3.2.0 of the FBIA plugin.

1.3.28

  • Moved the css and js files to a new assets folder.

1.3.27

  • Updated test-notice-functions.php for WP coding standards.

1.3.26

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v3.1.3 of the FBIA plugin.

1.3.25

  • Updated the notice classes for changes to the WP notice system.

1.3.24

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to WP 4.6.1.

1.3.23

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v3.1.2 of the FBIA plugin.

1.3.22

  • Updated class-admin.php to use generic function names.

1.3.21

  • Updated the settings link in the plugin listing.

1.3.20

  • Updated test-notice-controller-class.php for WP coding standards.

1.3.19

  • Fixed comments on validation function for main options page.

1.3.18

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to WP 4.6.

1.3.17

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v3.0.1 of the FBIA plugin.

1.3.16

  • Made the configure notice dismissible.

1.3.15

  • Updated test-notice-class.php for WP coding standards.

1.3.14

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to WP 4.5.3.

1.3.13

  • Fixed the webkit-appearance issue with the widget checkboxes in chrome.

1.3.12

  • Updated test-widgets-page-help.php for WP coding standards.

1.3.11

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v2.11 of the FBIA plugin.

1.3.9

  • Added “Quick Start” help videos.

1.3.8

  • Fixed the configure notice link so that it goes to the new top level AdPlugg settings page.

1.3.7

  • Added FAQ section to the help.

1.3.6

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to WP 4.5.2.

1.3.5

  • Fixed a bug where the save messages weren’t showing on the options page.
  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to WP 4.5.1 and FBIA up to 2.10.

1.3.4

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v2.9 of the FBIA plugin.

1.3.3

  • Fixed some buginess with the FBIA automatic placement enable field.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with up to v2.8 of the FBIA plugin.

1.3.2

  • Added support for fb-instant-articles 0.3 – 2.5.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that WP 4.5 if fully tested and working.

1.3.1

  • Bumping the version for auto updaters (initial post of 1.3.0 to wordpress.org had a failed merge).

1.3.0

  • Added support for Facebook Instant Articles.
  • Moved AdPlugg to a top level menu.

1.2.50

  • Updated test-options-page-help.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.49

  • Modified the ad tag filter for feeds to handle nested div tags.

1.2.48

  • Now filtering in-content AdPlugg Ad Tags out of feeds.

1.2.47

  • Updated test-help-dispatch.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.46

  • Added data-cfasync=”false” attribute to the SDK script tag.

1.2.45

  • Fixed some typos in the phpdoc in the AdPlugg_Notice class.

1.2.44

  • Updated the description/help on the plugin listing in the WP admin.

1.2.43

  • Added a custom footer to the settings screen.

1.2.42

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that WP 4.4.2 is fully tested and working.

1.2.41

  • Truncated the Changelog in readme.txt and provided link to changelog.txt

1.2.40

  • Removed debug messages from admin.js

1.2.39

  • Updated the comments on the AdPlugg_Notice_Controller’s admin_notices() function.

1.2.38

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that WP 4.4.1 is fully tested and working.

1.2.37

  • Updated class-options-page.php to use generic function names.

1.2.36

  • Updated sdk.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.35

  • Updated class-admin.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.34

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that WP 4.4 is fully tested and working.

1.2.33

  • Updated class-notice-controller.php to use generic function names.

1.2.32

  • Updated class-options-page.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.31

  • Updated notice-functions.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.30

  • Updated class-notice.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.29

  • Widget title in the admin now includes the zone (if one is set).

1.2.28

  • Updated class-notice-controller.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.27

  • Added Ad Tag info to the help.

1.2.26

  • Added unit test for widget registration.

1.2.25

  • Updated install-wp-tests.sh for compatibility with latest WP.

1.2.24

  • Updated widgets-page-help.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.23

  • Updated options-page-help.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.22

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that WP 4.3.1 is fully tested and working.

1.2.21

  • Updated the readme.txt to show Pro features.

1.2.20

  • Updated help-dispatch.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.19

  • Updated all “API” references to “SDK”.

1.2.18

  • Increased the size of the Access Code field.
  • Fixed a bug with the help link on WP 4.3.

1.2.17

  • Fixed cosmetic spacing issue with the widget fieldset.

1.2.16

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that WP 4.3 is fully tested and working.

1.2.15

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that WP 4.2.4 is fully tested and working.

1.2.14

  • Updated functions.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.13

  • Updated adplugg.php for WP coding standards.

1.2.12

  • Added PHPUnit test for the AdPlugg_Widget constructor.

1.2.11

  • Fixed the PHPDoc in the notice controller class.

1.2.10

  • Fixed the PHPDoc in the admin class.

1.2.9

  • Updated the copyright date.

1.2.8

  • Fixed issue causing the help link to not display.

1.2.7

  • Renamed several class files to adhere to WP coding standards.

1.2.6

  • Updated QUnit tests for timed rotate config changes.

1.2.5

  • Updated readme.txt to include timed rotate feature.

1.2.4

  • Fixed the markup in the options page help.

1.2.3

  • Fixed the QUnit styling.

1.2.2

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that WP 4.2.1 is fully tested and working.

1.2.1

  • Updated the readme.txt file to reflect that WP 4.2 is fully tested and working.

1.2

  • Added an advanced notices system with dismissible notices.

See changelog.txt for more.