Support » Plugin: Simple Ads Manager » Simple Ads Manager with MultiSite refers to network url

  • May I suggest changing the use of the WP_PLUGIN_URL variables in sam.class.php into using plugins_url() ?

    If you do it that way, the simple ads js will refer to the mapped domain instead of the network url when you use wordpress with multisite enabled. Tested it myself with your plugin and it works!

    Keep up the good work, nice plugin.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simple-ads-manager/

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  • Plugin Author minimus

    (@minimus)

    Thank you very much! I will do it!

    mr_aguilera

    (@mr_aguilera)

    I have a wordpress multisite instalation and i want to display the same ads for all of them without having to configure one by one. In simple words, I want to manage all ads in all my sites using just one administrator. Is that possible?

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards.

    mr_aguilera

    (@mr_aguilera)

    Something else, I have a “original site” (in my wordpress multisite installation) that cloned every time I setup a new site. So, I just want to configure the widget once (in the original site) and then make the copy of the entire site, each time I need it, and don’t have to configurate Ads and widget in the new site.

    Hope I was clear.

    Thanks.

    Jenny Beaumont

    (@jennybeaumont)

    +1 to mr_auilera for cross-network management! yes please!

    Hi there,
    I did a multisite installation on a test machine, installed the plugin, worked fine with the main blog but I want to place ads in every blog users will create. How to activate the plugin globally ?

    Please help !
    Thank you !

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