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[req] Sponsors Ad module for vbadvanced
by sKippah
06 Oct 2009 12:36

Hello. I would like to show some of my Sponsors banners on my Portal Side. In my opinion the best solution would be a module, where i can add the banners (clickable) and place it to the left or right side. Hopefully someone can help me. Thanks a lot for the help

tbrown7552 08 Oct 2009 20:03

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Originally Posted by sKippah (Post 1895574)
Hello. I would like to show some of my Sponsors banners on my Portal Side. In my opinion the best solution would be a module, where i can add the banners (clickable) and place it to the left or right side. Hopefully someone can help me. Thanks a lot for the help

Are you wanting multiple banners that randomly rotate or just show them all at once?

FuegoMCS 07 Feb 2010 17:31

I'm looking for something similar. I'd like to drop a module on the left or right side of the vBA CMPS homepage that lists club sponsor logos. Static or dynamic will work but dynamic rotation with the ability to set the number of logos (images) to display in the module is highly desirable e.g.: limit of 5 logos in the display but if there are more than 5 sponsors it should rotate though all of them continuously. Ideally the logos would also serve as links to the sponsors' homepages. I'm guessing this would normally be setup in a template.

We're using vB 3.8.4 and vBA CMPS v3.2.0. Any ideas?

Marco van Herwaarden 09 Feb 2010 12:10

You really should ask this at the vBAdvanced website.

FuegoMCS 09 Feb 2010 16:41

Thanks Marco - I already had, and their forum is not as active. I simply asked here because a lot of what vBA does is adaptations of templates. :)

If there is a mod or a template someone had posted (that I haven't found yet) that can be used for something similar within vBulletin, that is recommended and supported I'll give it a shot. I've been looking at vB Ad Managment v5.02 by Red Tyger but not certain it can be adapted to run in a module rather than in the header.


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