SmartFAQ is developed by The SmartFactory (http://www.smartfactory.ca), a division of InBox Solutions (http://www.inboxsolutions.net)

How do I include adsense in newBB or CBB?
  Requested and Answered by CiberEspia on 2005/5/29 20:56:52     13778  reads 
edit newbb_thread.html template and put before
<div class="comText"><{$topic_post.post_text}></div>
<{if $topic_post.post_no == }>
here code Adsense
<{/if}>


The comments are owned by the author. We aren't responsible for their content.
user

 its not wworking for me


i have done what is demanded but no adds

 
user

 Re: its not wworking for me


You refresh the module after edit template file?

 
user

 Re: its not wworking for me


I believe you have to put this BEFORE that last </div>. I edited this line in newbb_thread.html...

<div class="comText"><{$topic_post.post_text}>CODE BELOW HERE</div>

with...

<{if $topic_post.post_no == 1}><center><BR>GOOGLE CODE HERE</center><BR><{/if}>

For...

<div class="comText"><{$topic_post.post_text}><{if $topic_post.post_no == 1}><center><BR>GOOGLE CODE HERE</center><BR><{/if}></div>

Make sure it's the CURRENT Default template, then it finally worked.

 
user

 Re: its not wworking for me


A good tip is to remove all files from /templates_c after update and then refresh your site... :)

 
user

 adsense in newbb/cbb


how do i put the adsense right after the last post

 
user

 you might be breaking googles rules


You guys do realise that using adsense in a forum, login pages, links and contact forms may actually be against google's terms & conditions.

Trying to find it in the T & S now to paste it, cant find it tho , sure i read it when signing up.

 
user

 Re: you might be breaking googles rules


Quote:

You shall not, and shall not authorize or encourage any third party to: (v) display any Ad(s), Link(s), or Referral Button(s) on any error page, on any registration or "thank you" page (e.g., a page that thanks a user after he/she has registered with the applicable Web site), on any chat page, in any email,


Looks as tho they have updated the T & S, but what I want to know is, what do they mean by "Chat page". I've contacted them asking if this includes forums so I will reply with the answer once I have it.

 
user

 Re: you might be breaking googles rules


Forum is not exactly the same as News groups, i think!

Quote:


Copyrighted Material

In order to avoid associations with copyright claims, website publishers may not display Google ads on web pages with MP3, Video, News Groups, and Image Results.

 
user

 Re: you might be breaking googles rules


I was actually talking about the bit I posted just above yours.

Some people actually regard Forums as "Chat Boards" so i'm just wondering if they include forums in it.

 
user

 Re: you might be breaking googles rules


i'd have thought there maybe something in the TOS that defines what they class as a chat system..

i wouldn't personally class a forum as a chat site, simply because it isn't & is not intended to be a chat service. people just coin the phrase chat board because that's what they tend to use it for.

technically a forum is actually a BBS (bulletin board system)

 
user

 Re: you might be breaking googles rules


I don't thing that it is illegal to put adsense into forum. Google gives advises how to do it. You could find it here.

But this solution is not working for me. Anyone has it up and runing?

 
user

 Re: you might be breaking googles rules


I have dozens of forums running adsense, never had any problems from google about it

 
user

 Re: its not wworking for me


hello

How to put adsence alternating between two subjects

thank you

 


Login

Username:
Password:

Lost Password? Register now!

Who's Online

62 user(s) are online (1 user(s) are browsing XOOPS FAQ)


Members: 0


Guests: 62


more...

Donat-O-Meter

Stats
Goal: $100.00
Due Date: Jan 31
Gross Amount: $0.00
Net Balance: $0.00
Left to go: $100.00
Make donations with PayPal!

Did you know ?

You can execute planified tasks

Random question

How to deal with the "Taking you back to where you were..." error message?