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[Plugin: Ad-minister] Fork of Ad-Minister: WP-Ad-Manager

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  • Nice, finally an update
    But I’m already using ad-minister, can I use this as an update or do I have to uninstall ad-minister and install ad-manager? And what to do with the adcodes in the templates?

    So far it’s pretty much the same. If you have Ad-Minister already installed you should uninstall it (as far as I know it shouldn’t delete any settings, but you still should create backup just in case it breaks) and then install WP-Ad-Manager. All adcodes, positions, ads and settings should remain. You will see, that inside of WP-Ad-Manager looks the same as Ad-Minister. It Even Says Ad-Minister in the menus and descriptions. Because it’s the same code.

    What version of WordPress do you use by the way?

    latest version 3.01
    I’ll give it a try during the night, been waiting for an update of ad-minister a long time. Thanks!

    Posted Oct 15th 2010 @ 10:00am PST

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /…/plugins/wp-ad-manager/ad-minister-settings.php on line 53

    WordPress 3.01
    and the”Parse error:” above appears within all tabs

    My WP is not broken though. 🙂

    Thank you if you can help.



    Are you using PHP4?

    Yes, I am using PHP4

    You know I can’t wait for the next response 🙂

    Thank you for being so caring and timely



    You should consider upgrading to PHP5, everyone is dropping PHP4 support (including WordPress in version 3.2).

    Here is slightly modified version of plugin, which should work on PHP4:
    Let me know if it works for you.

    Maybe it is easier for you to tell me to upgrade to PHP5?

    I uninstalled, checked and made sure all files were gone (via ftp) and then re-installed the new mod that you kindly sent to me.

    Alas – a different line number error! pls. see below.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in /…/wp-content/plugins/wp-ad-manager/ad-minister-settings.php on line 142

    Thank you.



    Sorry for that, this time was my fault.
    This here is error-free version:
    Should work on PHP4 too.

    Valentinas, you are a code god!
    Thank you for your help – no more errors!



    Glad i could help 🙂 And thanks for pointing this out for me, next version of wp-ad-manager will be fully PHP4 compatible 🙂



    Also if you have any other problems or feedback – I’d love to hear it here: http://wordpress.org/tags/wp-ad-manager


    Everybody wins!

    Gotta love that about the web – and the speed with which it happens – faster even than superman!

    I am on the West Coast USA. I’m sure you are elsewhere. thanks again.

    Now I can post a whole bunch of ads that no-one will see or click on. Perfect!!

    Hi Valentina, does the plugin work on a network install?
    I don’t know if it’s a problem with my installation or with the plugin on a network.

    At the create content area, the media upload window opens like a target=”_top” link does. Thus, I can’t insert the banner uploaded on the content.

    Also, Visual e HTML tabs don’t switch the editor.



    lipsk, thanks for report. It should work on network. The “_top” behavior has nothing to do with network and appears to be regular bug. I will fix it asap (probably today) and let you know. I am also aware of the visual editor tabs bug, but i don’t have deadline for that one, maybe next week or so. Please keep in mind, that this plugin hasn’t been maintained for 2 years, so there’s plenty of work with it.

    P.S. Valentinas, not Valentina 😉

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