A small update fixing (or adding, rather) support for when your wp-content folder has a different name. Apparently people still think that changing that folder makes things more secure and it is done more and more often. Anyway, AdRotate Free now supports this.
Some other tweaks and minor changes under the hood including updated internationalisation files are included in this release.
- [new] Support for if the wp-content folder has a different name
Winter is coming
For all you westerners Summer is coming soon(ish). For me winter is coming. Which means, temperatures between 25-35 degrees celsius instead of having them between 30-35 degrees.
Also there may be a bit more rain. Emphasis on may…
A quick update fixing 2 small bugs. Adding/editing adverts now works again. And the advertiser name is no longer blank in the moderation queue for some setups.
- [fix] Folder list not working when adding/editing adverts
- [fix] Advertiser name blank in moderation queue
A colourful display
You’ll find these bushes all over the Philippines and many Filipino’s don’t really pay attention to them. But I think it’s a pretty sight. There is a smaller one in my garden, too 🙂
A small but important update for AdRotate Pro. This version improves the pathing for assets and banner images. Paths were not used very consistently. With the help and feedback of some users this was greatly improved for non-standard setups where the wp-content folder or the entire site is not in the root of your hosting space.
Post Injection appeared broken for some setups. Some of the code determining the site id variable didn’t work reliably, or not at all. This has been fixed. Some other small under the hood tweaks have been made, most notably to the code comments and layout of settings dashboards.
- [update] General tab settings layout
- [fix] More consistent paths for banner assets
- [fix] More reliable Post Injection for multisites
Sometimes called the ‘Poor man’s Boracay’. There is nothing poor about this place. Hotels and resorts are available in all price ranges. And most cheaper/mid-range ones use photoshopped pics to look like the more high-end resorts. Yea… Do your research before booking.
But, the beach is nice. Just not as nice as the many pictures you’ll find in ‘official’ resources.