WP Bannerize Pro

Descripcion

WP Bannerize Pro is an Amazing Banner Manager. With WP Bannerize you can manage all your advertising stuff through widgets, shortcodes or directly from your template.

New in 1.5.0

  • Added get_wp_bannerize_pro() function useful to get the HTML output (Thanks @soela)

FEATURES

  • Manage your banner as Custom Post Types for image, HTML/Javascript and free text
  • Create your banner categories
  • Sort your banner with easy Drag & Drop
  • Display your banners by PHP code, WordPress shortcode or Widget
  • Set the filters such as random order, numbers, user roles and categories filters
  • Date Time schedule
  • « nofollow » attribute support
  • Clicks and Impressions Counter engine for stats
  • CTR (Click-through rate)
  • Analytics reports

HOW TO

You can display the banners by shortcodes, PHP functions or Widgets.

Shortcode

From v1.4.0 you can use the a new shortcode and a news attribute to display banners only for mobile or desktop.
Let’s see some exmaple:

[wp_bannerize_pro mobile="1" id="1678"]

The banner with id 1768 will be displayed only on mobile device.

[wp_bannerize_pro desktop="1" id="1678"]

The banner with id 1768 will be displayed only on desltop device.
Of course, you may need to display more info. In this case yoy can use the new shortcode to wrap any contents.

[wp_bannerize_pro_mobile]
  <h3>You're from mobile</h3>
  [wp_bannerize_pro id="1678"]
[/wp_bannerize_pro_mobile]

The above shortcodes, will display the banner with id 1678 only for mobile device.

[wp_bannerize_pro_desktop]
  <h3>You're from desktop</h3>
  [wp_bannerize_pro id="1678"]
[/wp_bannerize_pro_desktop]

The above shortcodes, will display the banner with id 1678 only for desktop device.

Of course, you may also

From v1.1.0 you can use the new shortcode in order to display geo localized banners.
Let’s see some exmaple:

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo city="rome"]
  <h3>You're from Rome</h3>
  [wp_bannerize_pro id="1678"]
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

The above shortcodes, will display the banner with id 1678 only for visitors from Rome.

Let’s see more sample.

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo city="Rome"]
  Only for Rome
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo city="rome"]
  Only for Rome
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo city="rome,london"]
  Only for Rome and Landon
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo region_name="lazio"]
  Only for region (Italy) Lazio
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo country_code="IT"]
  Italian only
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo country_name="italy"]
  Italian only
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo zip_code="00137"]
  Wow
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo ip="80.182.82.82"]
  Only for me
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

[wp_bannerize_pro_geo time_zone="europe/rome"]
  Rome/Berlin time zone
[/wp_bannerize_pro_geo]

Also, have a look to the new widget UI with geo-localization settings.

// single banners
[wp_bannerize_pro id="1678"]
[wp_bannerize_pro id="my-banner-slug"]
[wp_bannerize_pro id="1678,my-banner-slug"]

// random
[wp_bannerize_pro numbers="1" orderby="random"]

// random with category
[wp_bannerize_pro orderby="random" categories="56"]
[wp_bannerize_pro orderby="random" categories="sidebar-blog"]

// post categories
[wp_bannerize_pro post_categories="news,events"]
[wp_bannerize_pro post_categories="34,67"]

PHP Function

You may use either wp_bannerize_pro() or get_wp_bannerize_pro() to display your banner. The main difference between them is that get_wp_bannerize_pro() return the HTML output for the banner, for example:

<?php
// Display a single banner
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'id' => '156' ) );
}

By using get_wp_bannerize_pro() you should add echo function to display the output:

<?php
// Display a single banner
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  echo get_wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'id' => '156' ) );
}

More example below.

<?php
// Display a single banner
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'id' => '156' ) );
}

// Display a set of banners by a comma separated string
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'id' => '156,157,158' ) );
}

// Display a set of banners by an array
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'id' => array( 156, 157, 158 ) ) );
}

// Display a set of banners by mixed id and slug
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'id' => array( 156, 'my-banner-slug', 158 ) ) );
}

// Display all banners from banner category "sidebar" in random order
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'orderby' => 'random', 'categories' => 'sidebar' ) );
}

// Display one banner from banner category "sidebar" in random order
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'orderby' => 'random', 'numbers' => 1, 'categories' => 'sidebar' ) );
}

// Display banners from banner category "sidebar" and post categories news and events
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'category' => 'sidebar', 'post_categories' => 'news,events' ) );
}

// Or... as array of slug
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'categories' => 'sidebar', 'post_categories' => array( 'news', 'events' ) ) );
}

// Or... as array of Title
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'categories' => 'sidebar', 'post_categories' => array( 'News', 'Events' ) ) );
}

// Or... as array of ids
if( function_exists( 'wp_bannerize_pro' ) ) {
  wp_bannerize_pro( array( 'categories' => 'sidebar', 'post_categories' => array( 24, 67 ) ) );
}

// Display a set of banners only for mobile device
if( function_exists( ‘wp_bannerize_pro’ ) ) {
wp_bannerize_pro( [ ‘mobile’ => true, ‘id’ => [156,157,158] ] );
}

// Display a set of banners only for desktop device
if( function_exists( ‘wp_bannerize_pro’ ) ) {
wp_bannerize_pro( [ ‘desktop’ => true, ‘id’ => [156,157,158] ] );
}

The code above shows banners only for the posts categories 13 or 14, for the « right_sidebar » banner category.

or in your post:

[wp_bannerize_pro categories="adv" orderby="random" numbers="3"]

The default HTML output for above code is:

Params

 Name              | Default      | Description
 ------------------+--------------+------------------------------------------------
 id                | null         | ID or slug comma separate (default null)
 categories        | []           | Banner categories slug or id (default '')
 post_categories   | []           | Any string, int or array of string, id. (default '')
 order             | "DESC"       | Order "ASC" or "DESC"
 orderby           | "menu_order" | Order by or 'impressions', 'clicks', 'ctr' or 'random'. (default 'menu_order')
 rank_seed         | true         | Set to true to give some chances to the banners to be showed when use Impressions, Click or CTR order by. Set to false to absolute order
 numbers           | 10           | Max numbers of banners (default 10)
 layout            | vertical     | Banners layout, "horizontal" or "vertical"

Screenshots

  • Add new banner by local media library
  • Add new banner text
  • Real time preview
  • Date range rules
  • Enable impressions and click for single banner
  • Banner categories
  • Statistics overview
  • Single report with filters
  • Settings
  • Widget

Installacion

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

  1. Upload the entire content of plugin archive to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress (deactivate and reactivate if you’re upgrading).
  3. Done. Enjoy.

FAQ

Can I customize the HTML output?

Yes, below a typical output:

<div class="wp_bannerize_banner_box wp_bannerize_category_cocacola"
     data-title="Amiga Ball"
     data-mime_type="imagegif"
     data-impressions_enabled="true"
     data-clicks_enabled="true"
     data-banner_id="241"
     id="wpbanner-241">
    <a href="http://undolog.com">
      <img src="http://wordpress.dev/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Boing.gif"
           alt="Amiga Ball"
           title="Amiga Ball"
           width="173px"
           height="141px"
           border="0">
     </a>
</div>

Reviews

14 decembre 2019
Missing impressions when using iframe-ads. Would be nice to be able to see the impressions (number of times the iframe is loaded).
13 decembre 2019
This is a plugin that reliably does what it promises in a straightforward way. Plus the author provides a real five star support: before I even could try out his workaround for a question I had, it was turned into a new feature in a plugin update, all this within less than 24 hours. Wow! I don't have the slightest need to try out any other banner plugin. Thanks a bunch!
12 abril 2017
Very efficient and easy-to-install plugin that meets the key needs of an ad management system
Read all 8 reviews

Contributors & Developers

“WP Bannerize Pro” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.5.0

  • added get_wp_bannerize_pro() function, useful to get the bannerize output instead of print it on the screen

1.4.0

  • add mobile detect on function, shortcode and widget

1.3.3

  • add bannerize admin bar tools

1.3.0

  • update bones framework
  • add new filter for expired, scheduled and timed
  • add new columns Visible from and expires

1.2.4

  • test wp 4.8
  • fix img tag width and height

1.2.3

  • test wp 4.7.5
  • fix geolocalizer

1.2.2

  • several fixes
  • update localization

1.0.4

  • minor fixes and improvements

1.0.2

  • improved meta data
  • minor fixes

1.0.0

  • this version replaced the old version