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  3.2Invocation Parameters 

 

The following parameters are used to determine which banners will be displayed. They can be used in local mode and both types of remote invocation. In local mode the parameters will have to be used with the view() function. In remote invocation the parameters need to be added to the adview.php file. In remote invocation with JavaScript the parameters need to be added to adjs.php.

     3.2.1Quick start guide to the 'what' parameter 

 


The "what" parameter is a very powerful method of selecting the right banner you want to display, but if you want to keep it simple the 'what' parameter can also be very easy to use.

 

Selecting a banner by keyword
If you want to display a banner with a specific keyword you can simply specify that keyword as the 'what' parameter.

view("main");
  Display a banner with the keyword 'main'


  Display a banner with the keyword 'key1'

It is also possible to specify multiple keywords as the 'what' parameter, separated by a comma (,). phpAdsNew will try to display a banner with one of these keywords.

view("main,top2");
  Display a banner with the keyword 'main' or 'top2'

 

Selecting a banner by size
If you need the banner to be a specific size you can specify the size as the 'what' parameter

view("120x120");
  Display a banner with width 120 and height 120


  Display a banner with width 468 and height 60

 

     3.2.2Advanced configuration of the 'what' parameter 

 


If you want to tap in to power of the 'what' parameter and start using expressions, logical operators and different statements, please read the following section very careful.

 

Expressions
The "what" parameter can consist of one or more expressions. Each expression will be executed when the previous expression has failed. Multiple expression must be separated with the character | and may not be separated by spaces.

If you don't provide an expression and leave the "what" parameter empty phpAdsNew match any active banner and will display one randomly.

For example if the first expression does not match any banner the second expression will be executed. If the second expression does not match any banner the third expression will be executed. This also means that if the first expression does match a banner, the second and third expression won't be executed.
You can specify as much expressions as you like, but each additional expression may require some extra system resources, such a processing time and database queries.

RIGHT: expression1

RIGHT: expression1|expression2|expression3

WRONG: expression1 | expression2

 

Logical operators
Each expression can consist of one or more statements. Each statement tries to match one or more banners. The simplest expression would only consist of one statement. phpAdsNew will try to find a banner that matches this statement. However, it is possible to use multiple statements and use logical operators.

The logical operators look a bit different than the ones used in MySQL and PHP, but work the same way.

Statements need to be separated by a comma (,) and a statement can begin with a switch to set the behavior. Do not put a space between the operator and the statement.

If you separate statements without a switch, the separator will become an OR operator.

statement,statement
  Meaning: statement OR statement

If you use the + or _ switch the separator will become an AND operator. Please note: you can't use the + switch in remote invocation and must use the _ switch, which means exactly the same.

statement,+statement
statement,_statement
  Meaning: statement AND statement

If you use the - switch the separator will become a NOT operator. You can use the - switch on the first statement.

statement,-statement
  Meaning: statement NOT statement

-statement,-statement
  Meaning: NOT statement NOT statement

For example

statement1,statement2,statement3
  Meaning: statement1 OR statement2 OR statement3

statement1,+statement2,+statement3
  Meaning: statement1 AND statement2 AND statement3

statement1,+statement2,-statement3
  Meaning: statement1 AND statement2 NOT statement3

OR takes precedence over AND and NOT. AND and NOT have equal precedence. At this moment it is not possible to use parentheses to force precedence!

For example:

statement1,+statement2,statement3
  Meaning: (statement1 AND statement2) OR statement3

statement1,+statement2,statement1,+statement3
  Meaning: (statement1 AND statement2) OR (statement1 AND statement3)
  Meaning: statement1 AND (statement2 OR statement3)

statement1,statement2,-statement3
  Meaning statement1 OR (statement2 NOT statement3)

statement1,-statement3,statement2,-statement3
  Meaning (statement1 NOT statement3) OR (statement2 NOT statement3)
  Meaning (statement1 OR statement2) NOT statement3

 

Statements
Each statement tries to match a specific property of the available banners.


bannerid:[digits] or [digits]

You can match a banner by looking at the banner ID property. phpAdsNew will try to find a banner with an ID equal to the digits you specified.

1
  Match a banner with ID 1

bannerid:23
  Match a banner with ID 23


clientid:[digits]

You can match a banner by looking at the ID of the owner of the banner. phpAdsNew will try to find a banner, which owner's ID is equal to the digits you specified.

clientid:32
  Match a banner which owner had ID 32


[width]x[height]

You can match a banner by looking at the dimension of the banner. phpAdsNew will try to find a banner with the same width and height you specified.

468x60
  Match a banner with width 468 and height 60


width:[digits]

It is also possible to match only by looking at the width of the banner, which could be very useful if you want to try and build a vertical banner-bar.

width:120
  Match a banner with width 120


format:[type] or html

You can match a banner by looking at the banner format. phpAdsNew will try to find a banner with the same format as the type you specified. If you want to match html banners you can use a shortcut and specify only 'html'.

format:html
  Match a banner of type HTML

html
  Match a banner of type HTML


[keyword]

You can match a banner by looking at the keywords of the banner. phpAdsNew will try to find a banner with the keyword you specified. You can use digits in your keywords, but every keyword must contain at least one character other than a digit or an 'x'. You can't use a colon (:) in your keywords.

mybanners
  Match a banner with keyword "mybanners"

frontpage
  Match a banner with keyword "frontpage"

 

The global keyword
In phpAdsNew you can define global banners. You can add the "global" keyword to your banners through the admin interface. Every banner with the "global" keyword will be considered a match.

The behavior only works if you are using one expression with only keywords. Otherwise you will have to add the "global" keyword to the expressions by hand.

key1
  Meaning: Match a banner with keyword "key1" or "global"

key1|key2,global
  Meaning: Match a banner with the keyword "key1". If there are no banners
  with this keyword try to match a banner with keyword "key2" or "global"

key1|global
  Meaning: Match a banner with the keyword "key1". If there are no matching
  banners, match a banner with keyword "global"

 

Creating a fail-safe
In certain conditions you may want to automatically generate keywords and add these to your expression, for example:

$weekday = date("w"); // 0=Sunday, 1=Monday, etc.
view ("day$weekday");

The above example will try to display a different banner for each day of the week. On Sunday it will try to display a banner with the keyword "day0", on Monday it will try to display a banner with the keyword "day1", etc.
However if you didn't define banners any banner with the keyword "day3". phpAdsNew will not show any banners on Wednesday. You may want to create a fail-safe. If there are no banners available for a certain day you want to display a general banner. You could add some new banners and assign the keyword "general" to them. And use a construction like this:

$weekday = date("w"); // 0=Sunday, 1=Monday, etc.
view ("day$weekday|general");

The above example will try to display a banner for each day of the week, but if it can't find any banners on a specific day it will try to display a banner with the keyword "general".

 

Examples

key1|main
  Match a banner with keyword "key1". If there are no banners with
  this keyword try to match a banner with keyword "main"

key1,key2|clientid:3
  Match a banner with keyword "key1" or "key2". If there are no banners
  with this keyword try to match a banner with client id 3

key1,-clientid:2
  Match a banner with keyword "key1", don't match banners with clientid 2.

4|clientid:2,clientid:4|key1|global
  Match a banner with id 4. If there are no matching banners try to match a
  banner with client id 2 or 4. If there are no matching banners try to match
  a banner with keyword "key1". If there are no matching banners try to match
  a banner with keyword "global".

html,+key1,+key2,-clientid:2
  Match a html banner with keyword "key1" and "key2", but don't match banners
  from client with ID 2.

3,+468x60,4,+468x60,5,+468x60
  Match a banner with a width of 468 and a height of 60.
  The banner ID must be 3, 4 or 5.

key1,-468x60,key2,-468x60
  Match a banner with keyword "key1" or "key2".
  The banner must not have a width of 468 and a height of 60

 

     3.2.3The clientID parameter 

 


The optional argument clientID allows you to retrieve only banners by a specific client. Specify "" to view banners from all clients (in case you need the third or fourth argument, else don't specify it at all).

view("468x60", 1);

 

     3.2.4The target parameter 

 


The optional argument "target" allow you to specify a frame target to be used when the user clicks on the ad. For example, use '_blank' to force a new browser window to open, '_top' to replace the current window (and break frames), etc. For more information about this parameter you can take a look at the target attribute in the HTML specification.

view("maingroup", 0, "_blank");

 

     3.2.5The source parameter 

 


The optional argument "source" allows you to specify the name of the current page (for example: "main page" or "subpage1"). Source ACL can then use this name to allow or deny banner displays on that page.

 

     3.2.6The withText parameter 

 


The optional argument withText allows you to show a banner with its associated line of text below it (for example, "Support our sponsor" is a common line of text). The "WithText" parameter is turned on by default. If want to turn it of you should set this parameter to 0.

The withText parameter will not work with normal remote invocation, but can be use with local mode, remote invocation with JavaScript and remote invocation for iframes.

view("maingroup", 0, "", 0);

 

     3.2.7The context parameter 

 


The optional argument "context" is an array specifying banners to limit the search to or/and banners to be excluded from the search. It is an array containing as many associative arrays as you want. The key of the entries must either be "==" to denote a banner to which the search is limited to or "!=" to denote a banner to be excluded from the search. The value of an entry is a banner ID.

The context parameter will only work in local mode.

For example, to show the same randomly selected banner on the top and bottom of a page, you could use the following:

// Top of the page:
$id = view("main");

// Bottom of the page
$arr = array(
             array("==" => $id)
            );

view("main", 0, "", "", 1, $arr);

To make sure that the page does not show the same banner two times, you could use this:

// Top of the page:
$id = view("main");

// Bottom of the page
$arr = array(
             array("!=" => $id)
            );

view("main", 0, "", "", 1, $arr);

 

     3.2.8The refresh parameter 

 


If you want to automatically refresh the selected banner you can specify the amount of seconds between each reload. This parameter will only work for Remote Invocation for iframes.

 

     3.2.9Some examples 

 
view(1);
  Displays the banner with the bannerID of 1.

view("html");
  Displays a randomly selected HTML banner

view("468x60", 0, "_blank");
  Displays a randomly selected banner with a width of 468 pixels
  and a height of 60 pixels. If user clicks on it, the target
  destination will be opened in a new window.

view("mybanners");
  Displays a randomly selected banner from the group
  "mybanners" (in other words: with that keyword).

view("", 0, "_blank", "Main");
  Displays a randomly selected banner which does not have
  a Deny for Source ACL on "Main"

 

    

 


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