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Theoldwiz
23 Feb 2008, 14:58
It is very simple to install, here are the steps:

First download the advertisements.module file.

Next go to vBA CMPS/Download Upload Modules and upload the module to the disired style(s).

Next you need to go to each style you uploaded it too and edit adv_portal_google

Replace Ad Code Here with your ad code

Next you need to select which pages you wish to display this on and your ready to go!

Enjoy :)

Ok I thought this was useful here but it wasnt, go ahead and remove it

bobster65
23 Feb 2008, 15:12
This is nothing but a blank vBa Template Module with a name and the basic settings for a template module. Its not a "MOD"

Theoldwiz
23 Feb 2008, 15:24
There is code in the template to make it be boxed in a normal module box

bobster65
23 Feb 2008, 16:28
There is code in the template to make it be boxed in a normal module box

This is the template:<tr><td class="$bgclass"><div align="center">Ad Code Here</div></td></tr>

Just what is so special about it?

It says right in the instructions for building template modules that code needs to be wrapped by: <tr><td class="$bgclass"> your code here </td></tr>

The only thing you did was add a div to Brian's instructions on creating template modules. This should not be in the MODs as there is ZERO Code involved.. this should be a how to in the template section if anything (or an article explaining the steps to create a template module).

Theoldwiz
23 Feb 2008, 16:52
People in the 3.6 forum liked my mod so I decided to post this here, sorry if Im not to great at making mods, its only one of my first

pericolosogr
23 Feb 2008, 17:20
Which you can easily find in vbadvanced.org!
I dont know if you were the one posting this advertisment.module in vbadvanced forums, but anyway this should fit better in template changes!

Trana
24 Feb 2008, 19:04
This is not a mod. Actually, its not really ANYTHING.

basilrath
25 Feb 2008, 19:04
Calm down and give the guy a chance....................

Trana
26 Feb 2008, 01:05
Calm down and give the guy a chance....................

Sorry, but something this basic does not need to featured as a mod. And it's fully documented on the VBA site.

gwerzal
01 Mar 2008, 17:24
Sorry, but something this basic does not need to featured as a mod. And it's fully documented on the VBA site.

I agree

Phr34q
28 May 2008, 14:12
wow, this is just like 7'th grade, one guy opens his mouth and a second later everybody is picking on him, gentlemen....Ladies... manners please.

I dont care if this is called a mod, hack, edit or a toaster, it does what it does, take it or leave it.

cheers

Trana
28 May 2008, 18:17
I dont care if this is called a mod, hack, edit or a toaster, it does what it does, take it or leave it.


I'm glad you got some mileage out of it, but I think that some people that have been around here for a little while don't like that everything is listed in the mod section (especially one line table designs). My only condition for a mod is that it has an install process (via installer or a good document) and an admincp interface.

So basically this is just a template edit.

wickedstangs
29 May 2008, 03:38
Thank you

DssCrazy
29 May 2008, 04:48
This is nothing but a blank vBa Template Module with a name and the basic settings for a template module. Its not a "MOD"

This is the template:<tr><td class="$bgclass"><div align="center">Ad Code Here</div></td></tr>
Just what is so special about it?

It says right in the instructions for building template modules that code needs to be wrapped by: <tr><td class="$bgclass"> your code here </td></tr>

The only thing you did was add a div to Brian's instructions on creating template modules. This should not be in the MODs as there is ZERO Code involved.. this should be a how to in the template section if anything (or an article explaining the steps to create a template module).This mod helped me.

eddy315west
30 May 2008, 22:07
thanks the old wiz ! installed.

tazzarkin
05 Jun 2008, 20:07
Lay off the guy. You know, at least he made an effort to add something to the community. Maybe this mod wasn't the best, but if we encourage him, maybe he'll make something great in the future.

At least he tried. Don't give up. Next time, you may add something truly great.

Jon4444
21 Jun 2008, 20:07
Thanks I loved this, I didn't know how to add the modules and now i can so it'\s a big help, thanks.

C138 Kaysone
29 Dec 2008, 00:52
any demos?

kkeezer
29 Dec 2008, 04:51
It's all good! Your doing fine, just remember you can't make everyone happy but you should keep on trying.

Kyle

Lustikus
29 Dec 2008, 10:54
installed, works great. Fantastic mod, thank you very much! :D my life has completly changed!

blindmedia
29 Dec 2008, 12:16
well i didnt know about this untill now so you done me a favour.

people have to remember that not all of us know everything about everything and its good that sometimes little things like this come along to show us

so you get a 10/10 from me anyways m8y dont worry bout the haters they will calm down:)

SuperTaz
29 Dec 2008, 19:35
well i didnt know about this untill now so you done me a favour.

people have to remember that not all of us know everything about everything and its good that sometimes little things like this come along to show us

so you get a 10/10 from me anyways m8y dont worry bout the haters they will calm down:)

I agree. :)