Discussion in 'Feature Requests' started by fisherofer, Oct 9, 2009.
i think ad manager will be excellent
for each and for the community to support all ispconfig users
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?
ad manager is a tool that each site use it today
google ad sense or something else
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.
i agree but its a tool that good to have
if i run hosting server
Yes should be good feature but it isn't critical i think.
You have a temporal solution:
i will try it now
but as all ispconfig lovers i have to ask when ispconfig will have this option
i using centos
and i dont find most of the options or files
The distribution is not important for this. You only need read the manual and find options in php and apache configuration files.
no effect on centos
sorry to say it
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.
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
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.
any chance for help ?
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