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  1. Is the GeoIP Legacy Apache Module required in order for geo-targeting to work? It is not listed as a requirement or suggestion but it doesn't seem to work correctly. Also, do any of the other standard plugins require something not listed? Thanks! Web server requirements according to Revive doc: Apache with mod_php or any webserver using FastCGI (nginx, IIS 7+, lighttpd, etc.) PHP 5.3.x, 5.4.20+, 5.5.2+, 5.6.x Required PHP extensions: zlib, pcre, xml, mysql and/or pgsql Suggested PHP extensions: curl and/or openssl, gd, any opcode cache extension (opcache, apc, eaccelerator, xcache) MySQL 4.1+, or PostgreSQL 8.1+
  2. Is there a way to hide/show the nav links on the left side of the stats page based on if the user is an advertiser, publisher, or admin? I'm talking about these links in stats.php: advertiser history, campaigns, website distribution, and advanced reports. Also, is there a way to add additional links there? I can't find where this is handled... Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
  3. Does anyone know how to do this? I'm pretty sure it would need editing to: banner-index-list.php from: lib/template/admin but I can't figure it out.
  4. Thank you so much!! This worked perfectly. For anyone else interested, the file name to change is: account-preferences-banner.php Located in: www/admin/
  5. Is there a way to set it up so advertisers can login for statistics only? Or at least to not allow the advertiser to change the banner preferences. When I login as an advertiser/user, I can access the banner preferences > Default Weight and change the settings for banner weight and campaign weight (on this page: account-preferences-banner.php). I don't want those numbers to be changed by the advertiser. Thanks!
  6. How can I display the banner on the page: advertiser > campaign > banners without allowing the advertiser to modify their own banners? So far the only way I can set it up so that they can actually see each banner is to allow access to modifying it themselves, which is something I don't want to allow... I have to missing something simple here... Any help would be appreciated!
  7. 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. Example: Android|iPhone|iPad|iPod|Mobile|kindle|Nexus|Opera Mini|IEMobile|BlackBerry|webOS 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.
  8. Figured out how to serve to desktops. I posted it here: http://forum.revive-adserver.com/topic/517-how-to-display-ads-to-desktop-users-only/ Follow the directions except change "regex does not match" to "regex match" and it should work to show only to mobile devices.
  9. Is there a way to display a certain campaign or specific banners to desktops only (no mobile or tablets)? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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