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  • #102996

    marcorroma
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    Hi,
    I need to insert a group of banners under the title of each post.
    In the banner group settings it is not possible to “inject” the banner under the title of all posts, before the image of the post.
    I also need to make different banners visible for some categories.
    Example:
    AdRotate GROUP is visible in every post after the title.
    AdRotate1 is linked to AdRotate GROUP, and is visible after the title for categories 1 and category 2.
    AdRotate2 is linked to AdRotate GROUP, and is visible after the title ONLY for category 2 (rotating with the AdRotate1 banner).

    I inserted the AdRotate group code php in my theme, after the title of each post. The groupo banner is displayed correctly. But how do I display different banners for categories 1 and 2?
    I await your support.
    Thanks

    PS. the version of AdRotate on my site is 5.8.2

    #103006

    Arnan de Gans
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    You can probably do that with 2 groups and Post Injection.
    Or if you want a lot more control on what happens create a filter for it in your theme.

    For example in single.php something like;

    if(is_category(array(1,2)) { echo adrotate_group(1); }
    else if(is_category(2) { echo adrotate_group(2); }
    else { echo adrotate_group(3); }

    Place this directly below the title on a new line.
    Learn more about is_category and many other handy filters here: https://codex.wordpress.org/Conditional_Tags
    The groups 1, 2 and 3 are of-course the IDs from the group. This can be any number, as long as the ID exists in AdRotate.

    If you’re editing files, always use groups. Then you can manage your adverts from the dashboard without having to edit files over and over again.
    Keep in mind that theme edits are overwritten with updates. To help prevent that, use a Child theme; https://developer.wordpress.org/themes/advanced-topics/child-themes/

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