Farms big 100 - who sees ads

I'm setting up my ads, and read through these forums. I read that the theme pack was setup to handle the ads, but as I look into the themes, I see that they are setup with different wsa names, like wp_ozh_wsa("336x280-bluebird"), or wp_ozh_wsa("336280nocolor") and so on.

I know these tags were added to make things more simple as far as finding good places within the theme to display ads. I realize one size doesn't necessarily fit all. But I had a few questions:

1. Is there a list somewhere that will give me all the names that were inserted into the themes?
2. Is there a global name I can use since it looks like (at least the themes I have looked at so far) that the names used seem to be pretty theme specific.

Thanks.

  • James Farmer

    1. Is there a list somewhere that will give me all the names that were inserted into the themes?

    Not right at the moment, but this may help:

    # 46860nocolor
    # 336280nocolor
    # 72890nocolor
    # 72815linkunitnocolor
    # 20090linkunitnocolor
    # 72890graphite
    # 336280graphite
    # 46860graphite
    # 20090linkunitgraphite
    # 72890shadow
    # 336280shadow
    # 18090linkunitshadow
    # 72890ink
    # 336280ink
    # 16090linkunitnocolor
    # 20090linkunitink
    # 46860ink
    # kontera
    # AmazonQuickLink
    # ChitikaLinks
    # 72815-0060ff-cutline-blue
    # 336x280-0060ff-cutline
    # gsearch-30char-white
    # 200x90-linkunit-0060ff-cutline
    # 160x600-0060ff-cutline
    # 336x280-0060ff-cutline-bottom
    # 336x280nocolor-bgb-top
    # 728x15-nocolor-bgb
    # 160x600-nocolor-bgb
    # 336x280-bluebird
    # 160x600-bgb-bluebird
    # 336x280-mandigo-fafafa
    # 160x600-mandigo
    # 160x600-oceanmistsidebar
    # 336x280-default-top
    # 160x600-default-sidebars
    # 338x280-pressrow-top
    # 160x600-pressrow-sidebar
    # 336x280-pressrow-bottom
    # 336x280-mandigo-bottom
    # 336x280-contempt-top
    # 336x280-contempt-bottom
    # 160x600-contempt-sidebar
    # 336280-borderline-top
    # 336x280-borderline-bottom
    # 160x600-borderline-sidebar
    # 336x280-oceanmist-top
    # 336x280-oceanmist-bottom
    # 336x280-almostspring-top
    # 336x280-almostspring-bottom
    # 160x600-almostspring-sidebar
    # 336x280-pinkkupy-top
    # 336x280-pinkkupy-bottom
    # 160x600-pinkkupy-sidebar
    # 336x280-anubis-top
    # 160x600-anubis-sidebar
    # 336x280-vistered-top
    # 160x600-vistered-little
    # 336x280-anarchy-top
    # 160x600-anarchy-sidebar
    # 336x280-solipsus-top
    # 160x200-solipsus-sidebar
    # 336x280-glossyblue-top
    # 160x600-glossyblue-sidebar
    # 336x280-mistylook-top
    # 160-x-600-mistylook-sidebar
    # 336x280-seashore-top
    # 160x200-seashore-sidebar
    # 336x280-jakarta-top
    # 160x600-jakata-sidebar
    # 336x280-daisy-rae-top
    # 160x600-daisy-rae-sidebar
    # cutline-top
    # 160x600-cutline-sidebar
    # 250x250-pressrow-top
    # 250x250-oceanwide-top
    # 160x600-oceanwide-left
    # 160x600-oceanwide-right

    2. Is there a global name I can use since it looks like (at least the themes I have looked at so far) that the names used seem to be pretty theme specific.

    The aim is to improve all of these - as you can imagine though, it's a pretty time consuming task.

  • realsol

    Maybe this is already in the plugin and I just don't know how to use it, but a log would be nice.

    I mean, the plugin see's all the tags that go through it and looks to see if that tag has an associated add. If it does, it display's it. If it doesn't, it would be nice if it logged this tag, and then when the admin when into the setup to work on ad's, he/she could see the themes that included the tags that had no add assigned. Then we could concentrate on only those themes, rather than having to edit a whole lot of themes that might never be used, or upgraded that include different tag names.

    I have a plugin I am using by Andrea that lists all used themes, but I still have to open each up and find the tag to add an ad. With a log, it would be brainless (just what I need).

    Is this log already in the plugin, just not documented?

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