AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin

აღწერა

The AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin works in conjunction with the FREE
adplugg.com ad service.

Plugin Features

The AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin includes the following awesome features:

  • Ability to add your AdPlugg ads to your WordPress site from the WordPress Administrator with no access to the underlying source code required.
  • Ability to add you AdPlugg ads to any Widget Area on your site by dragging the AdPlugg Widget into that area.
  • Support for Zones allowing you to put different ads in different locations on a page.
  • Support for Facebook Instant Articles allowing you to include ads in your FBIA feed.
  • Support for AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) allowing you to include ads in your AMP pages.
  • GDPR compliant.
  • Works with AdPlugg’s Free and Pro versions.

PS: You’ll need a free adplugg.com Access Code in order to use the plugin.

AdPlugg Service Features

The FREE AdPlugg Ad Service includes the following amazing features:

  • Ad Rotating – Rotate which ads are displayed or the relative positioning of multiple ads.
  • Ad Scheduling – Set the start and stop dates for an individual ad or group of ads.
  • Ad Tracking – Track ad impressions and ad clicks.
  • Analytics – View daily, monthly or yearly graphs of your impressions and clicks.
  • Zones – Break your site up into different zones such as the top bar or side bar.
  • Placements – Group your ads into placements to simplify management and tracking.
  • Easy Setup – Easily create and setup your ads.
  • Timed Rotate – Set your ads to rotate after a set interval.
  • GDPR compliant – Serve ads while adhering to the privacy rules of the GDPR.

The PRO AdPlugg Ad Service adds the following additional features:

  • Downloadable PDF, Excel and CSV Reports
  • Unlimited Scaling
  • Additional ad formats including Custom/HTML5, Flash, JavaScript, bar, dialog, interstitial, slide-in, text, and more.
  • Additional targeting options (such as targeting ads by on-page meta tags).
  • Ability to serve ad tags from third party systems such as Google AdSense.

The BUSINESS AdPlugg Ad Service adds the following additional features:

  • Automatically send reports to your advertisers.
  • Use geotargeting to show certain ads to users based on their geographic location.
  • Configure ads to serve a specified number of impressions per month. Pace the impressions throughout the month.
  • Configure ads to only show to each user once per day.
  • Use Ad Groups to A/B test ads or show different messages.
  • Serve skippable, in-stream ads within your video content (VAST/VPAID standards compliant).
  • Serve ads within your newsletters and other emails.

ეკრანული სურათები

  • The AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin makes it easy to place ads on your WordPress site.

დაყენება

  1. Upload the AdPlugg WordPress Ad Plugin to your blog.
  2. Activate it.
  3. Enter your adplugg.com Acccess Code.
  4. Drag the AdPlugg Ad Widget to the Widget Area where you want your ads to display.
  5. Optionally add the Zone machine name into the widget. This will make it so that the AdPlugg server only loads ads designated for the zone into the widget.
  6. Optionally Enable Facebook Instant Articles integration and drag AdPlugg widgets into your FBIA header.

ხდკ

For questions and answers, visit the AdPlugg Question/Answer System at AdPlugg.com.

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02.12.2019
Eddig megfelel az igényeimnek
07.06.2018
Must say after trying everything from Google dfp (super complex) to Cm Ad Changer, and many more, this is the simplest to use, easy to manage, lovely interface and I hope you guys do well. Upgrading to premium shortly.
31.01.2018
I have been using the free version of AdPlugg for a few months and it is a very user-friendly ad server/manager which definitely does the job! Recently, I had a developer redesign my website www.fallingforniagara.com and installed a new WP theme. Unfortunately, I had some challenges creating new ads with the theme (through no fault of AdPlugg). I emailed Collin and he worked with me to come up with a solution that fulfills my advertising requirements. He was extremely helpful and timely in all his responses to my questions. I have upgraded to the Pro Version and love all the ad options it offers and the simplicity and ease of use. All I can say is this type of customer experience is not the norm these days and Collin was such a pleasure to deal. I definitely recommend this plugin!
24.11.2017
Adplugg plugin solved a problem of 2 months in less than 10 minutes, considering the fact that I am a newbie in blogging. Thumb up for Adplugg fash62
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ცვლილებები

1.10.0

  • Added MailPoet integration.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.2.4 of the AMP plugin.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested with up to v3.89.0 of the MailPoet plugin.
  • Updated the copyright date to 2021.

1.9.60

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.9.2.

1.9.59

  • Updated the adplugg-wp icon font css namespacing to prevent collisions with other icon fonts.

1.9.58

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.9.1.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.2.1 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.57

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.9.0.

1.9.56

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.8.3.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.2.0 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.55

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.8.2.
  • Fixed an issue with the unit tests (added the PHPUnit Polyfills Library).

1.9.54

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.8.1.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.1.4 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.53

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.8.0.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.1.3 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.52

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.7.2.

1.9.51

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.7.1.

1.9.50

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.7.0.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.0.11 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.49

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.6.2.

1.9.48

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.6.1.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.0.10 of the AMP plugin.
  • Updated the copyright date to 2021.

1.9.47

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.6.0.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.0.8 of the AMP plugin.
  • Fixed the display of the checkbox on the Widget in the admin (via a CSS change).

1.9.46

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.5.3.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.0.5 of the AMP plugin.
  • Increased the size of the Access Code field on the main options/settings page.

1.9.45

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.5.1.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v2.0.1 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.44

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.5.0.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v1.5.5 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.43

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.4.2.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin has been tested with up to v4.2.1 of the FBIA plugin.

1.9.42

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.4.1.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v1.5.3 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.41

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.4.0.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v1.5.1 of the AMP plugin.
  • Updated the contextual help system to eliminate use of newly deprecated WP hooks.
  • Updated the copyright date to 2020.

1.9.40

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.3.2.

1.9.39

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.3.0.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v1.3.0 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.38

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.2.4.

1.9.37

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.2.3.

1.9.36

  • Fixed a bug where admin notices were showing despite having been dismissed.

1.9.35

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.2.2.

1.9.34

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.2.1.

1.9.33

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.2.0.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v1.1.1 of the AMP plugin.
  • Added info about the new AdPlugg Business Plan to the readme.txt.

1.9.32

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.1.1.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with v1.0.2 of the AMP plugin.
  • Linted the AdPlugg_Admin class to meet all WP coding standards.
  • Linted the AdPlugg_Privacy class to meet all WP coding standards.

1.9.31

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.1.0.
  • Installed and ran PHP Code Beautifier to fix a number of WordPress coding standards issues.

1.9.30

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.0.2.
  • Updated the copyright date to 2019.
  • Linted the main adplugg.php file to meet all WP coding standards.
  • Linted the functions.php file to meet all WP coding standards.
  • Linted the AdPlugg_Options class to meet all WP coding standards.
  • Linted the AdPlugg_Facebook class to meet all WP coding standards.

1.9.29

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin is tested and working with WordPress 5.0.1.

1.9.28

  • Moved the AdPlugg general options page help to a class (instead of a global function).
  • Moved the AdPlugg widgets page help to a class (instead of a global function).
  • Got rid of the no-longer-used AdPlugg_Help_Dispatch class.

1.9.27

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin has been tested with up to v4.2.0 of the FBIA plugin.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin has been tested with up to v0.7.2 of the AMP plugin.

1.9.26

  • Fixed a bug with how the widget was being rendered (introduced in 1.9.24).

1.9.25

  • Fixed a bug with the Test_AMP_Options_Page_Help class where it was adding help to all wp-admin pages (introduced in 1.9.23).

1.9.24

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin has been tested with up to WordPress 5.0.
  • Updated the copyright date from 2017 to 2018.
  • Fixed an inconsequential error message that was showing when saving the widget.
  • Linted the entire AdPlugg_Widget class to meet all WP coding standards.

1.9.23

  • Moved the Facebook Options page help to a class (instead of a global function).

1.9.22

  • Linted all admin page classes to meet WP coding standards.

1.9.21

  • Linted the AdPlugg_Notice class to meet all WP coding standards.

1.9.20

  • Removed the use of the deprecated ‘create_function’ when registering the widget.

1.9.19

  • Linted the AdPlugg_Notice_Controller class.
  • Added CSRF protection to the notice system.

1.9.18

  • Moved the AMP Options page help to a class (instead of a global function).

1.9.17

  • Moved the help system includes to the main plugin file.
  • Linted the widgets-page-help.php file to meet the WP coding standards.

1.9.16

  • Updated the visibility on the ‘instance’ property of all singletons to ‘private’.

1.9.15

  • Linted the options-page-help.php file.

1.9.14

  • Added unit testing to the Test_Help_Dispatch class for testing the contextual help for the AMP settings page.

1.9.13

  • Linted the facebook-options-page-help.php file to meet all of the WP coding standards.

1.9.12

  • Renamed and linted the class-adplugg-help-dispatch.php file to meet all of the WP coding standards.

1.9.11

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin has been tested with up to v4.1.1 of the FBIA plugin.

1.9.10

  • Added Composer (for installing our dev dependencies).
  • Added a phpcs.xml file (for checking our code against the WP coding standards).
  • Linted the amp-options-page-help.php file to meet all of the WP coding standards.

1.9.9

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin has been tested with up to WP 4.9.8.

1.9.8

  • Converted the AdPlugg_Options_Page class to a singleton to match the rest of our admin pages.

1.9.7

  • Fixed the PHPDoc on the get_instance method on several classes.

1.9.6

  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin has been tested with up to WP 4.9.7

1.9.5

  • Fixed some issues with the PHPDoc on the AdPlugg_Notice_Controller class.

1.9.4

  • Restructured the admin contextual help dispatch system for better OOP design.

1.9.3

  • Added a new AdPlugg icon font.
  • Now using the AdPlugg icon font for the admin menu (instead of an embedded SVG).

1.9.2

  • Cleaned up the test_admin_init test function in the Test_Options_Page class.
  • Now fully testing the admin_init method of the AdPlugg_Facebook_Options_Page class.

1.9.1

  • Fixed a testing bug with the test-facebook-options-page-help.php when run in isolation.

1.9.0

  • Added info regarding GDPR compliance to the readme.txt.
  • Updated the readme.txt to reflect that the plugin has been tested and is compatible with up to WP v4.9.6.
  • Now displaying suggested privacy policy text in the privacy policy settings screen in the wp-admin.

1.8.9

  • Misc fixes for WP coding standards (spaces after while and foreach, snake_case variables).

1.8.8

  • Added help for using AdPlugg for Facebook Instant Articles to the contextual help on the widgets page in the admin.

1.8.7

  • Updated styling of all ‘if’ statements to match WP coding standards.

1.8.6

  • Updated the incorrect PHPDoc on some of the FBIA related methods.

1.8.5

  • Updated the label text on the FBIA automatic placement option to be more clear and consistent.
  • Updated the readme.txt to remove “New” from the timed rotate feature.

1.8.4

  • Updated the readme to reflect that the plugin has been test up to WordPress 4.9.5.

1.8.3

  • Fixed an issue with the option validation.

1.8.2

  • AMP ad bottom margin now properly matches its top margin.

1.8.1

  • Now inserts an ad at the bottom of any short AMP posts.

1.8.0

  • Now backwards compatible down to PHP 5.2.4.

See changelog.txt for more.