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fisherofer
9th October 2009, 02:29
i think ad manager will be excellent
for each and for the community to support all ispconfig users

Ben
9th October 2009, 11:49
What sense shall an ad-manager make for a controlpanel?
I see a control panel as a "techi" tool and not any ad financiated webapp. Or what would be your goal with such ad manager?

fisherofer
9th October 2009, 12:44
ad manager is a tool that each site use it today
google ad sense or something else

till
9th October 2009, 13:03
In my opinion a admanager is a tool for a cms system and not for a server controlpanel as the server controlpanel does not interact with the content of the websites.

fisherofer
9th October 2009, 17:51
i agree but its a tool that good to have
if i run hosting server

dxr
25th October 2009, 03:51
Hi,

Yes should be good feature but it isn't critical i think.

You have a temporal solution:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forced-ads-on-ispconfig-with-debian-etch

fisherofer
25th October 2009, 04:10
i will try it now
and thanks
but as all ispconfig lovers i have to ask when ispconfig will have this option

fisherofer
25th October 2009, 04:15
i using centos
and i dont find most of the options or files

dxr
25th October 2009, 04:17
Hi,

The distribution is not important for this. You only need read the manual and find options in php and apache configuration files.

fisherofer
25th October 2009, 04:54
no effect on centos
sorry to say it

till
25th October 2009, 10:50
I dont think that this is a function that needs to be implemented as part of a hosting control panel. If someone wants to implement that, he shall feel free to do write such a function and we will add it to the ispconfig svn then but I will not write it myself.

If you want a d manager software, use e.g. OpenX, its a very good and functional software. Writing such a software again is just reinventing the wheel and a good ad management software has about the complexity of a controlpanel.

fisherofer
25th October 2009, 19:03
OPENX compile a code per site
and i wish to find software that use the PHP as a host not a site
like ispconfig will have a function to implante a code in the index.html or .php

stevenbinion
10th December 2009, 03:32
Thanks this is something I was looking for. but it would be great to have this capability included in ISPconfig, rather then the manual editing, but with the guide, I don't mind doing it with some hand coding.

Hi,

Yes should be good feature but it isn't critical i think.

You have a temporal solution:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forced-ads-on-ispconfig-with-debian-etch

fisherofer
22nd April 2010, 13:59
any chance for help ?