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  • Plugin Author gfazioli

    (@gfazioli)

    @rbernardes2008 yes, you can put any banners in your content by using the shortcodes, for example

    [wp_bannerize_pro orderby="random" categories="sidebar-blog"]

    have a look at the docs here https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-bannerize-pro/

    Thank you. Very Good. Another thing. The banners in the content, is there any way to make it display only in the mobile version of the site?

    The easiest way i found:
    In css add rule for banner display: none; for non-mobile version.
    eg.

    @media (min-width: 543px) {
    .wp_bannerize_category_only_mobile{
        display: none;
    }
    }

    Cons:
    – banner will load anyway but won’t be display on higher resolutions

    Plugin Author gfazioli

    (@gfazioli)

    @rbernardes2008 add mobile detect support in v1.4.0

    Thank you. Its support is fantastic, not to mention that the plugin is the best I’ve ever seen.

    The update was great. In my case, I use varnish for 20 minutes. In the previous way, where it appeared for all and not only mobile, it was no problem. Now, with the update, it only appears on the mobile as intended, but it takes the 20 minutes of varnish to the mobile user vizualisar. Is there anything to be done? Thanks again.

    mazdamiata

    (@mazdamiata)

    But how do you style the banners, when you put them in the page and not as a widget? Using teh widget you can select how many banners should be displayed, and if you want display them vertical or horizontal. But how to do that whe you put teh cod eyou gave here in a page?
    And where can you find the shortcodes for the banner catagories?

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by  mazdamiata.
    rbernardes2008

    (@rbernardes2008)

    On the plugin documentation page.

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