AD Flasher 1.5
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
If your web site is like most, your homepage has content, but doesn't
show your visitor new products, services, or articles immediately.
Your visitor will then leave your web site because they don't see
anything new to keep them there. This means you just lost a visitor and even worse, you may have lost a
That's where AD Flasher comes in.
AD Flasher makes your content and products on your web site float, shake, scroll and more.
You can even display your favorite RSS news feeds, which is the latest
way to add fresh, new content to your web site each day. There are
thousands of RSS feeds ranging from news, special interest, blogs,
podcasts, and many more. AD Flasher will make them come alive instead
of having content just sitting on a web page.
AD Flasher also won't be blocked like Pop Up windows either.
They can be very annoying, and with all of the Pop Up blockers, how many times are your ads actually seen?
You should see the AD Flasher in the middle of your screen.
- No programming. AD Flasher gives you one line of code and you're ready to display your AD's
- Won't be blocked like a Pop Up Ad
- Always fresh content on your web site. Use AD Flasher's RSS feed option to add other web site's content to your web site automatically
- Grab your visitor's attention with scrolling ADs, shaking, and more.
- You choose the colors, style, and more to match your current web site theme
- Each AD can contain HTML, pictures, or just about any other type of content
- Rotate an unlimited number of AD's and RSS feeds
- Easy online web administration of all AD content
Password is: admin
How to use:
To create or edit any AD projects you created for rotation, simply point your web browser to:
Installation:AD Flasher 1.5 automatically installs on your web site in seconds
Or, follow the below instructions to install manually.
Using RSS feeds:
- Create a folder called adflasher on your web site
- Change the permissions (CHMOD) the folder adflasher to 777
- Edit adflasher.cgi and set the $save_dir variable to the folder your created above
- Now set $script_url to the location of adflasher.cgi. For example: http://www.your-web-site.com/adflasher.cgi
- Move adflasher.cgi to your CGI-BIN folder and CHMOD to 755.
To display your RSS feed, check the box that says This is an RSS feed
. The description of each article will display automatically, so you can leave the description box empty.
To customize your RSS feeds, in the description box, you can use the below variables:
- !URL! Displays the article description
- !DATE! Displays the article's date (if available)
- !TIME! Displays the article's time (if available)
Using the above, you can display each feed any way you want, and not forced to use the same font, size, and colors.
If you need to pass any variables to your AD's, just surround the variable name you want displayed with exclamation points.
For example, let's say you passed two different variables to the AD Flasher. Like this:
You can now put !VAR1!
in the description box to show apple
to display orange
This is ideal when you're tracking your AD's.
<A HREF=\"http://www.cgiconnection.com\">CGI Connection</A>
Notice the backslash before the quotes. Without them, the link will not work correctly.
I think what you have is a wonderful thing for those who do not understand
html, cgi bins, etc. Best of luck to you in your endeavors.
Sr. Executive Director
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