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Version: 2.10

Released: Dec 02, 1999


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Unix

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WebAdverts

WebAdverts is a comprehensive system for maintaining a set of rotating banner ads on your site or for setting up a "banner exchange" between your site and others. WebAdverts keeps track of exposures and click-thrus for each banner, as well as of the average total number of exposures per day. Banners can be weighted to control how often they are displayed, and can automatically be expired from the rotation after a designated number of exposures, click-thrus or days.

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Darryl Burgdorf has done an excellent job on WebAdverts -- consistent updates, excellent core features, banner uploads, and a more than simple installation. We are using it at freebanner and it is holding up to the traffic!

Posted by hittjw on Jan 04, 2000 Reply

Posted by KhooBG on Dec 27, 1999 Reply

Posted by splinky_0 on Dec 26, 1999 Reply

The script doesn't work on some servers -- even though the permissions are set correctly and the data directory path is verified in the configuration files. That can happen. Unfortunately, these folks are VERY arrogant about it: "One of two things is wrong. Period, end of statement." Don't pay for this resource until you get it working on your site -- then it's probably a great script.

Posted by helpnet on Dec 18, 1999 Reply

Posted by RaphaelPala on Dec 11, 1999 Reply

This is the BEST Banner Exchange program I ever found. It's quite easy to set up, and it has plenty of useful features!

Posted by Kagome on Dec 06, 1999 Reply

Decent script, but a bit slow. The setup process was okay - though there is no excuse for requiring people to edit text files.

Posted by curtisj on Nov 30, 1999 Reply

Posted by Superweb on Nov 06, 1999 Reply

Good script, but a systems hog. My ISP shut it down.

Posted by cadsyst on Nov 02, 1999 Reply

Best advertising script I've seen yet!

Posted by chrise on Nov 01, 1999 Reply

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