BannerCampaigner: Create & Modify Ad Positions
Ad positions are groups of ads which are displayed together on the website, either simultaneously or randomly rotated, based on the ad position settings and number of ads. Ad positions can be customized to display multiple rows and columns of ads, and may contain individual ads from multiple campaigns.
To Create a New Ad Position:
While in the BannerCampaigner grip, click Ad Positions > Create New in the top navigation, or click the Create New Ad Position icon on the BannerCampaigner dashboard's All Options tab. See Ad Position Settings below.
To Modify an Existing Ad Position:
While in the BannerCampaigner grip, click Ad Positions > Manage in the top navigation, or click the Manage Ad Positions icon on the BannerCampaigner dashboard's All Options tab. Then locate the appropriate ad position from the list and click Modify. See Ad Position Settings below.
Ad Position Settings
- Name: Give the ad position a descriptive name to distinguish what types of ads the position will contain. This is for admin use only and is not displayed on the website.
Number of Rows, Number of Columns: The rows and columns specify the number of individual ads which are simultaneously displayed in this position.
If an ad position contains a greater number of active ads than available rows and columns, the ads will be randomly chosen on page load. For example, if you create an ad position with a single row & column and place two ads in it, a single ad will be randomly chosen and displayed per page load, roughly equal to a 50/50 distribution over time. Please note that the distribution is approximate.
- Max Image / Flash Width, Max Image / Flash Height: Specify the maximum allowed ad size. This helps maintain website design consistency by preventing this ad position from accepting ads which are too large to fit in the location that the position is placed on your website.
- Optional CSS Table Class Name: Advanced users may specify additional HTML classes, which will be appended to this position's parent element.