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Wollo

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Greetings all,

I was sad. So sad. Sad to discover that OpenX was no more.

Then I discovered a similar project, named Revive Adserver. Which...looked remarkably the same.

Oh my! This is OpenX! It isn't gone, it's still here!

So I want to use this again, but I have some questions, as I have made the transition to Wordpress sites recently.

1) How do I use Revive Adserver in WordPress?
I found some OpenX plugins, but I see none for Revive Adserver

2) How can I post advertisements within the content of my WP posts (automatically, I want a 250x250 zone in each article, after the 3rd paragraph.

Thank you for reading, and responding.

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Well, no... because it is about how to implement the Revive Adserver in WordPress. And usually, with questions like these, WordPress support will point at the plugin/serviceprovider, which in this case is Revive Adserver (note: I am not a coding-wizz, just a guy trying to put together some building blocks to get a website running).

I can of course just make some widgets within WordPress and dump the invocation code in there, that shouldn't be a problem. The in-content though, is a bit tricky...

 

 

Edited by Erik Geurts
Corrected product name spelling

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7 minutes ago, Wollo said:

I can of course just make some widgets within WordPress and dump the invocation code in there, that shouldn't be a problem.

Exactly, that's how.

7 minutes ago, Wollo said:

The in-content though, is a bit tricky...

Correct, since WordPress won't accept javascript code by default.

You're going to have to search for a WordPress plugin to achieve this. Revive Adserver software won't even be aware that the code is going into a WordPress site, nor where.

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