Released: Feb 06, 1997
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Both a Server Side Include and Cookie version as well as a web ad management program.
This one took a little work but was worth it! The IP version seemed to come with a bunch of linefeeds in it, which I had to strip . Once that was done it performed like a champ! It is the only good, free, non-ssi banner script I have found.
Posted by intimatedc on Jul 05, 2001 Reply
This site seems more interested in playing "Tales From The Crypt" midi files than anything else. Would have downloaded it and tried it out, but with my slow ISP connection AND their midi file consuming bandwidth it was just too slow going from page to page to find out more about it.
Posted by BooBeeBear on Nov 01, 1999 Reply
I found the script easy to install and it did just what I wanted as far as providing click-thru information and displaying different banners throughout my site and letting my advertisers log in and check their stats BUT (and this is a big BUT) I have had 2 different hosts disable the script because it was causing their server to crash. I have posted this question on their user-supported forum twice and been ignored twice. So, sorry to say I can't recommend though I really wish I could.
Posted by VisionsByVicky on Sep 08, 1999 Reply
A couple of people have complained about this script not working... It's a great SSI script, but I couldn't get the IP version to work!
Posted by ZeeNight on Jul 12, 1999 Reply
I have never been able to get it to work. It's most likely the server, as I have done CGI for a loooong time :) But from what I have heard, its a great FREE alternative to WebAdverts.
Posted by phatgames on May 01, 1999 Reply
I've installed this script on at least a dozen sites - A BREEZE!
Posted by Kat on Feb 18, 1999 Reply
Couldn't get the script to work. I admit that I'm new to CGI and don't know perl, but I've gotten 3 other scripts to work. Service is poor and the script is difficult to install, clearly. There are easier scripts to install with better service out there.
Posted by bham on Feb 10, 1999 Reply
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