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Yilmaz - Ad in Left or Right Side vB5
by yilmaz
01 Mar 2021 13:57

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Tested in vbulletin version 5.6.4 works fine

Description:
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How to Add Sticky/Fixed Ad in Left or Right Side with CSS
Float Ad is one of the most successful ways to increase Ad CTR. Sticky or Fixed is an ad placement where the ad container always follows the page when scroll.

But of course there are risks. If you use AdSense ad units to fill the Ad Float slot. It's possible that your ad could be banned. Because basically, AdSense prohibits the placement of this ad. But in reality, many large websites use this type of advertisement.

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Installation:
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Download the product product_yilmazadinleftorrightside.xml and import it through the 'Manage Products' page in the AdminCP.

that's all it.
enjoy...
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Mark as installed = get support.

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How to uninstall:
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Go to "Manage Products" in the admincp and delete the product named "Yilmaz - Ad in Left or Right Side vB5"

lange 01 Mar 2021 15:17

Thanks for making vb5 live !

I will test this mod. Question before :

Can we add any content instead of ads? In other words, can we easily go inside the templates and add our own content and apply conditionals on the added content. I am doing this under vB3.8.

yilmaz 01 Mar 2021 16:16

You can add anything as HTML.
Doesn't work on vb3.

webnsn 02 May 2021 17:45

But of course there are risks. If you use AdSense ad units to fill the Ad Float slot. It's possible that your ad could be banned. Because basically, AdSense prohibits the placement of this ad. But in reality, many large websites use this type of advertisement.


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