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7 minutes ago, alex1981 said:

There is image and under it is another top of image. This is exacly same problem You already help me before.

Maybe old cache?

I can reproduce the problem only if I remove css rule

.ipsCarousel > [data-role="carouselItems"] {
    width: 150000px;
}

 

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So I try clear browser cache (shift+ctrl+r). I also tried at doffrent browser. The new thing I did find is that if I`m registered member that I get this double line but if I`m just not loged guest in that situation all works fine.

Can You advice me how to clear ipb cache under acp may be this help some how...

 

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33 minutes ago, alex1981 said:

Can You advice me how to clear ipb cache under acp may be this help some how...

 

Try Support Tools. ACP - System - Support - Something isn't working correctly - Continue.

34 minutes ago, alex1981 said:

The new thing I did find is that if I`m registered member that I get this double line but if I`m just not loged guest in that situation all works fine.

Can you give me test account to check it.

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  • 4 weeks later...

I'm wondering if if would be possible to add the possibility of having 5 ( or any other) ads added vertically and sorted randomly. Just like any other banner stripes in most websites that are placed on the sidebars.

Some of these features are cool like the carousel, but moving ads can be especially annoying for some users. Not to mention that customers that are paying for ads don't want to see their ads listed but hidden waiting to appear in a carousel , they want them to be displayed immediately. 
 

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8 minutes ago, gabs007 said:

I'm wondering if if would be possible to add the possibility of having 5 ( or any other) ads added vertically and sorted randomly. Just like any other banner stripes in most websites that are placed on the sidebars.

Some of these features are cool like the carousel, but moving ads can be especially annoying for some users. Not to mention that customers that are paying for ads don't want to see their ads listed but hidden waiting to appear in a carousel , they want them to be displayed immediately. 
 

Hello,

if there is requests from other customers I will be add the possibility.

At the moment I can help you change the code.

CSS 

.ipsWidget_vertical .nbAdWidgetCascade .nbAdWidgetAd {
	display: block !important;
	padding: 5px 0;
}

JS 

$( ".ipsWidget_vertical .nbAdWidgetCascade" ).removeAttr( "data-controller" );

 

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I would certainly be interested in being able to have X number of ads appear in the sidebar, using one widget.

Ideally, there would be multiple ways for those ads to be selected and displayed:

1. Randomly from the pool of all active ads

2. Weighted, so that the highest weighted ads are displayed more often.  That allows selling priority ad placement.

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Just now, KentT said:

My problem is that I am a total noob with CSS... :wub:

Hello,

Go to ACP - Customization - Themes - Select the theme - Click on Edit HTML and CSS - tab CSS - custom.css. Add 

.ipsWidget_vertical .nbAdWidgetCascade .nbAdWidgetAd {
	display: block !important;
	padding: 5px 0;
}

Go to ACP - Customization - Themes - Select the theme - Click on Edit HTML and CSS - tab Templates - globalTemplate. Find </body>. Add above

<script type='text/javascript'>
  $( ".ipsWidget_vertical .nbAdWidgetCascade" ).removeAttr( "data-controller" );
</script>

 

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I want to add my voice to the request that we be able to stack multiple ads vertically in the sidebar.  I bought the plugin thinking that's how it worked but was surprised to see that you cannot do that currently.  Not a big deal, I don't mind $10 to support the efforts of the developer, but that feature would be VERY nice to have.

Thanks for considering it.

 

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this is how it will work if ou do it like this

  • Go to "ACP > Pages > Blocks > Create New Block";
  • In "Type", mark "Custom";
  • In "Content Editor", mark "Manual HTML";
  • Click on "Next";
  • Put some details and click on "Content" tab;
  • In "Content" field, add this code:
<h3 class="ipsWidget_title ipsType_reset">YOUR TITLE</h3>
<div class="ipsPad ipsWidget_inner" style="border: 0;padding: 0;">
YOUR CODE
</div>
  • Save this config and go to index;
  • Now, just click on "Manage Blocks", "Pages" and "Custom Blocks";
  • Add the block and enjoy

not show on iphone

 

<div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_hidePhone'>
    #YOUR AD CODE HERE
</div>

That Will Hide The Advert On Mobile. To Hide Them On Mobiles And Tablets Use

<div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_hidePhone ipsResponsive_hideTablet'>
    #YOUR AD CODE HERE
</div>

Or To Hide The Adverts On Desktop PC's Use

<div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_hideDesktop'>
    #YOUR AD CODE HERE
</div>

You Can Also Use

<div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_showPhone'>
    #YOUR AD CODE HERE
</div>

<div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_showTablet'>
    #YOUR AD CODE HERE
</div>

<div class='ipsResponsive ipsResponsive_showDesktop'>
    #YOUR AD CODE HERE
</div>

That Will Only Show On The Adverts On The Desired Selections

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