It is not the first time that we talk about how to include rotating banners in a WordPress blog either with some code or with a plugin like GotBanners and I'm sure it will not be the last one seeing how this mode of will show advertising .
This time comes to the fore a plugin that aims to facilitate the task of rotate banners in a blog . The best virtue that it has is that you do not need to insert code of any type in the template since everything you do from the administration panel, in the options of the plugin, ideal for the codigophobic . This new little wonder is called Max Banner Ads .
The process of adding banners, and their subsequent tracking, is totally intuitive, and viewspromises a lot so we'll try it soon, and one of its virtues, sought by many, is the possibility of choosing the location of the banners, completely at will and at a click .
botepronto, you can do all this:
- Insert banners from a widget
- Insert banners at the beginning or end of a post
- Insert banners within a post, choosing the position or determining that you do it aleatorily
- Change Banner positions every time the page is loaded (this is the releche)
- You can rotate how many banners you want
Come on, that if it's not perfect close it stays. The best thing is that the plugin is completely free … Ah, no! That is ReviewWare, so the author asks you if you install it, make a review about it. And look, I think the payment is just, do not you think?
You can download. Thanks to for making it known.