Support » Plugin: Ad-minister » [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
    Tools
    Ad-minister
    and the”Parse error:” above appears within all tabs

    My WP is not broken though. 🙂

    Thank you if you can help.

    valentinas

    (@valentinas)

    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

    valentinas

    (@valentinas)

    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:
    http://supersonic.lt/wp-ad-manager.zip
    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.

    valentinas

    (@valentinas)

    Sorry for that, this time was my fault.
    This here is error-free version:
    http://supersonic.lt/wp-ad-manager-fixed.zip
    Should work on PHP4 too.

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

    valentinas

    (@valentinas)

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

    valentinas

    (@valentinas)

    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!!

    lipsk

    (@lipsk)

    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.

    valentinas

    (@valentinas)

    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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