umarizal reacted to bigblue in How To Display Ads To Desktop Users Only?
I got it working. Here's what I did:
Working as administrator account, go to Plugins
Find "Delivery Limitations Plugin" - Click on details
Find "Client Delivery Limitation Plugin" - click on settings
Check the box beside "Extract the viewer's operating system and web browser information using phpSniff" to select it and save changes.
Now, go back to the banner you don't want to show to mobile devices.
Go to "delivery options"
Find "delivery limitation" - choose "client - useragent" and "add"
For "Client - Useragent" choose "regex does not match"
In the field below it, add the devices/browsers etc. that you want to exclude.
Click "Save Changes" and it should show the banner to desktops only.
There could be a better way, but this is working for me.
Hope this is correct and it helps someone.
umarizal reacted to gabrielt in How To Serve Responsive Ads?
Wondering on how to work that out with the new async invocation code...
I played with height: 0px and display: hidden. These tricks work but I am afraid of using them as I am using banners from networks such as Google AdSense, and they might complain that we are rendering banners in a hidden <div>.
I saw somewhere that we might add a data-field that would "activate" the correct code depending on the resolution, so the banner that won't be displayed won't be rendered/loaded. Still researching:
umarizal got a reaction from Richard Foley in Warning: Date_Default_Timezone_Get() [Problem Solved]
Problem solved. Recompile Apache PHP adding to said resource.
umarizal got a reaction from Bart in Option To Add Rel=Nofollow Tag
Friends, how about adding an option in the admin panel so we can choose to include the tag relationship rel="nofollow" in links of the banners?
I imagine that this would help a lot in SEO of websites that use Revive Adserver.
Thank you for your attention and I look forward to include this option in future versions or in some plugin for this.