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  1. tobean

    Prohibit banner code hijacking

    Yes. You see the rules defined under Preferences - > Delivery Rule Set Management
  2. tobean

    Prohibit banner code hijacking

    Yes, I use Revive Adserver v4.1.4 ...
  3. tobean

    Prohibit banner code hijacking

    I'm sorry, but there is definitely no " Site - Delivery Rule Set" on a banner page when I proceed as described in your manual. I've found another way: When I go to "Preferences -> Delivery Rule Set Management" I can also "Add new Delivery Rule Set". And now I can go to the delivery option page of any banner and select the option "Site Channel" to find my delivery rule defined under "Preferences". Is this another way to do the right thing or is your documentation not up to date? I use the newset version of revive. Best regards tobean
  4. tobean

    Prohibit banner code hijacking

    All my banners are linked to a zone, but I don't see the delivery rules defined on website basis there (Delivery Rules: No delivery rules). I can define the rules for each banner individually but this would be a lot of work ... any other idea what's my mistake?
  5. tobean

    Prohibit banner code hijacking

    Hi! thank you. This option seemsl be perfect to solce the problem! One questions: I can define these rules on banner or website basis. I guess this is the better option otherwise I must define the rules for every simgle banner. But when I define a whitelist of domains on website basis, I cannot see the defined rule when I look at the deivery rules for a banner of the defined website. I my configuration correct or where cann I see that it is a problem? Best regards tobean
  6. Hi! How can I define that banners are only displayed on my own domain? If someone copies the banner code he can display the banners from our server to his pages. I tried to modify the .htaccess file to prohibit this, but this was not successful. Thanks for your help tobean
  7. tobean

    Cookies (new EU legislation)

    Upgrades are normally an easy job but you should always make a copy of the database and the old installation. I've also changed the new privacy settings but did not test the new cookie. Good luck tobean
  8. tobean

    Cookies (new EU legislation)

    Hi Tim, thank you for the good news! I'll install the new version immediately. tobean
  9. tobean

    Cookies (new EU legislation)

    Hi scalemates, tnak you! It seemed to be too easy just to change it in the config. I hope that an easier way will be implemented soon. tobean
  10. Hi Eric, this is your answer to this really important question? The official answer? Then, this is the end of Revive in the EU! I fully agree with Mr. Sperber. Really disappointing after so many years ... tobean
  11. Hi! in the future it must be possible to opt out from setting cookies in Revive adserver. In the actual release cookies seem to be set for one year. In the config file I found the option permCookieSeconds=31536000 Is it possible to reduce this time to 1 hour (or for the actual browser session)? Or what is the reason that the cookie lives for 1 year? Or can I even set permCookieSeconds=0 to get rid of all cookies? I know that some feature will no longer work in this case (e.g. display the same banner more than once). It would be nice to get an anser from Eric or another admin because Revive will no longer be legal when the new legislation comes on may 25th. Best regards tobean
  12. Wie Eric weiter oben geschrieben hat, kann man dafür kein Browser Caching nutzen. Generell würde ich Google-Empfehlungen eher geringe Bedeutung beimessen. Die verlangen von Webmastern gerne 1.000 Sachen, die Sie selbst nicht einhalten auf Ihrer eigenen Seite, oder morgen wollen sie ganz was ganz von Dir wie AMP etc. und https ist dann doch kein Ranking-Kriterium mehr. Schau Dir nur mal die gefühlt 1.000 Syntaxfehler im Adsense-Code, die dir auch jeder Validator um die Ohren haut. So wird man als Unternehmen generell unglaubwürdig ...
  13. This is possible - of course! The reason why I asked for the banner text is: If someone has installed an ad blocker or a banner cannot be displayed you see only the banner text on the page ... tobean
  14. Hi Matteo, thank you for your answer. I cannot agree that text below a banner is obsolete. If you have a page with text parts and ads (banners) you have to mark banners that everybody can see that this part of your page is not editorial. If you have a look at Google Ads you will see what I mean. tobean
  15. Hi! I've found the following hint in the documentation: "Text below image: Optional text that Revive Adserver will display below the banner creative. This is a quick and easy way to add additional text to a banner without editing the banner creative to include the text. Please note: Only some invocation tags support the text below image option, and you may need to enable the "show text below banner" setting when generating the tag for the text to appear." I guess the text below banner option does not work with the asynchrous js tag? Why? Will this be possible in one of the next versions? Best regards tobean
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