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Old 11 Oct 2005, 17:49
tgreer tgreer is offline
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You can place the invocation code anywhere it makes sense to place it. Do this via a hook. I place mine in the "global_start" hook.

Then, you place the variable created by the invocation code, wherever you like. Header is fine. If you user the variable within a template used by a function (like the postbit template), you'll first have to declare the variable as global, also via the appropriate hook.

I explain all this in the link I provided.
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Old 11 Oct 2005, 19:47
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dieselpowered dieselpowered is offline
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Forgive the ignorant question, however, is there a benefit to using local invocation versus remote? I have the remote version in my header and it works fine??

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Old 15 Nov 2005, 19:45
Sergio7889 Sergio7889 is offline
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Well, i don't get any errors, but no banners show up!! Please help!
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Old 08 Dec 2005, 07:15
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Zilvia Zilvia is offline
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Anyone willing to give any support on this?

I have one setup of this working great on a web host company for my website

I set it up correctly and tried what seemed every other possible way to configure it on my hosted computer that runs my large website and I cant get it to display. Any ideas?

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Old 10 Jan 2006, 01:59
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if you still didn't know why it's not working when adding the code to global.php or as a plugin:

Set $phpAds_config['compatibility_mode'] to true in your of your phpadsnew installation.
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Old 16 Jan 2006, 18:54
mikexxx mikexxx is offline
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Phpadsnew Problem !!

Yesterday I had a problem with the server. I completely restored the server (Cobalt Raq550) to a fresh install. After that I restored the Backup (I’m lucky the backup was only a few ours old) from the website and mysql.

The website works again. But there is a problem.

When a user Reply on a post it goes wrong. I give you two examples. This was working fine before I restored the server.


Quick Reply > When clicking the send button “Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait” appears and noting else. When I refresh the page the post is made. So after the post is made the page will net refresh.


When ik use the button “Post Reply” I go to the page “newreply.php?do=…..” I type in a message and click “Submit Reply” then the next page can’t be found? I get a IE error screen. Again if i go back to the tread the message is there.

After a lot of searching I fond the problem. If I disable the phpadsnew plugin (post #3) it is working fine !!

Can somebody please advice me.
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Old 10 Nov 2006, 06:16
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imported_infitech imported_infitech is offline
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isthis going to work in 3.6.3?
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Old 20 Jan 2007, 21:17
shunx91 shunx91 is offline
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Hi Guys,

SOrry I've been trying to get phpadsnew to work on my site for 2 days alreayd and I can't figure out why it doesn't display the threads. I followed the directions and uploaded the plugin with the folloing code:

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

My question right now is what do I do after this? I have zone 1 defined in phpadsnew with a couple of banners linked to it. Can someone tell me what I have to do after this?
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