As you probably know, a banner is a rectangular advertisement shown or rotated on a site and linked to the advertiser’s website page. You may offer banners on your site to give advertisers the opportunity to promote their sites, products or services, in return, you get revenue by selling banner space on your site.

How it works

Technically the Plugin allows users to post their banners on your site in positions preconfigured in the templates by purchasing banner packages. The Plugin may handle such banner formats as html and images including animated ones.

Even though installation takes less than a minute you'll need to dedicate some time to set it up. Setting up the Plugin is conducted in four steps:

  • Plugin installation;
  • Adding boxes;
  • Creating banner packages; and
  • Checking a payment gateway.

Banners can be added both by users from front end and by the Administrator from back end if he prefers to have control over content added to his site. In this case he is supposed to deal with advertisers directly posting banners for users from back end. The Administrator may collect payments for banner placement either directly to his payment account or through our Invoice Plugin.

Adding banner boxes

The Plugin allows you to set positions for banners on different pages of your site including categories. Positions are set with standard content boxes that act as containers for banners. You'll be able to add a banner box from admin panel of your site from the "Content Boxes" section. Keep in mind that positions of banner boxes depend on the template structure, that is, every template has a certain number of positions that can be filled with banner boxes, and a particular position in one template may be impossible in other templates. Using standard settings for content boxes you may set such parameters as position of a box on the page, page, listing type, category and whether you want to enable site design or not.

Creating banner packages

After adding a box for banners and setting its position on the site, you may now proceed to creating banner packages and selling them to users. Just as configuring banner boxes you're supposed to add packages from the manager of the Plugin in back end. There are quite a few settings, which you may use to configure and fine-tune a package, some of them are:

  • Select an account type(s) to which banners will be made available;
  • Link banner positions to packages offering better positions at higher prices;
  • Set up geo targeting options for banners;
  • Set duration of a package in days or based on a number of views.

Front End

With the banner boxes and packages added from back end, users may now navigate to "My banners" section in their account area. From there, they can purchase banner packages and start adding banners to your site. The process of adding a banner by a user is quick and simple. The user only needs to purchase a package, choose position for a banner, select a banner type and provide a link to it. From ‘My banners’ section, the user may also see statistics on all of the existing banners, such as shows, clicks and positions. He may also see the list of all banner packages he had purchased, both active and inactive and renew the ones, which had expired.

The Banner Plugin is indispensable for classifieds sites, big and small; your users will definitely find many ways, in which they can benefit from it. The Banners Plugin also extends the reach for monetizing your website and allows you to sell ad space more effectively.

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Jul 09, 2019
  • Adjusted to Flynax v4.6.x and v4.7.x
  • Stability of the plugin boosted
  • Reported bugs fixed
Jan 05, 2017
  • The plugin is adjusted to Flynax 4.5.2
Sep 02, 2015
  • Adusted to Flynax v4.4.x
  • Ability to add Google responsive banners
  • A few minor bugs fixed
May 25, 2015
  • Styles conflict solved
May 12, 2015
  • Responsive adaptation
May 08, 2015
  • Performance of the plugin boosted
Aug 19, 2014
  • Minor bugs fixed
Jun 16, 2014
  • Adjusted to the responsive templates
  • Minor bugs fixed
May 14, 2014
  • New features:
    - Hide empty boxes without banners
    - Show banners based on ad details location (geo filtering plugin required)

  • A few minor bugs fixed
  • Stability improved
Sep 25, 2013
  • Geo filter support
  • A few minor bugs fixed
Aug 29, 2013
  • A few minor bugs fixed
Aug 21, 2013
  • A few minor bugs fixed
Aug 21, 2013
  • NoFollow option
  • Performance of the plugin boosted
May 30, 2013
  • Fixed a typo
May 29, 2013
  • Exclude countries
  • A few bugs fixed
  • Stability of the plugin boosted
Jan 25, 2013
  • A few minor bugs fixed
  • Stability of the plugin boosted
Jan 22, 2013
  • Fixed HTML problem issue
  • Improved stability
Dec 24, 2012
  • Fixed upload media issue
Dec 18, 2012
  • Ability to add a banner to the list of categories for "General Simple Templates" only.
  • A few minor bugs fixed
Dec 10, 2012
  • Array title issue fixed
  • A few minor bugs fixed
Oct 23, 2012
  • Fixed unlimited Banner plans issue
Oct 08, 2012
  • Fixed a typo
Oct 05, 2012
  • Adding banners without urls
  • Banner plan look adjusted
  • Limiting banners based on shows
  • Ability to renew a banner plan
  • Adjustable box position
  • Key issue in banner boxes fixed
  • Upload issue in IE9 fixed
  • Support for flash and html banners added
  • Auto approval of banners added
Apr 26, 2012
  • Now the Plugin is available for Flynax v.4.0
  • Significant improvements made to the Plugin
  • Ability for users to post banners added
  • Geo targeting option added
Jan 04, 2011
  • Banners fetch logic changed
Nov 09, 2010
  • Uninstall syntax error fixed
  • "Hide plugin blocks after installation" feature added
Apr 08, 2009
  • Initial release
  • Does it support RTL Languages ?

    Hey ..does this pluggin support RTL language ?

    Abdulilah, Apr 13, 2011
  • RE: Does it support RTL Languages ?

    Yes it does, if the current browse language is RTL.
    It means if you surf the website in Arabic language then banners will be RTL as well.

    Developer, Apr 15, 2011
  • RE: Plugins

    Hello Harley,
    Could you explain your problem for our support? Use this link to contact our support please:

    John Freeman, Feb 05, 2012
  • banner plug in ROCKS

    What a great banner plug in.
    very adaptable and allowing customers to make their own....genius, i never thought of that.

    colin williams, Apr 26, 2012
  • Banner plugin!

    Thank you for the new version! Is a very powerful plugin!

    John, Apr 26, 2012
  • RE: Text banners

    Hello Morgan,
    We will include flash and text/js banner types to the following plugin version update, we hope to release new version during 2 weeks.

    Sid, Jun 03, 2012