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inbuilt advertisement system - sksk - 2014-11-25

Please also add inbuilt ad system like vbulletin or xenforo in mybb 2.0.


RE: inbuilt advertisement system - Eldenroot - 2014-11-25

useles - better to handle this by a plugin


RE: inbuilt advertisement system - IntoxNitram - 2014-12-04

(2014-11-25, 07:28 PM)Eldenroot Wrote: useles - better to handle this by a plugin

Agreed. Simple plugin can do this. Otherwise it adds features that won't be used by everyone. 


RE: inbuilt advertisement system - Josh H. - 2014-12-05

Not to mention, it gives advertising abilities to newbie forum owners who don't have anything worth putting ads on.

If you're big enough to need to put in ads, you don't need it built in.


RE: inbuilt advertisement system - laie_techie - 2014-12-05

Different ad systems work differently, so it should be left as a plugin.


RE: inbuilt advertisement system - maniacmusic - 2014-12-10

Why do you even need any kind of advertising system anyway? This is done with a simple template edit.


RE: inbuilt advertisement system - Lennart Sauter - 2015-01-13

With template edits, there are no options for rotation, user group specifics and so on.

But this is better done via plugin as recommended here already.


RE: inbuilt advertisement system - Destroy666 - 2015-01-13

(2015-01-13, 01:51 PM)Lennart Sauter Wrote: With template edits, there are no options for rotation, user group specifics and so on.

Since a template engine will be used, advanced statements inside templates will (should?) be a normal thing.