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AdQuick 2.7 - Ad Network & Ad Server Software

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AdQuick allows you to run your own ad network similar to websites such as adengage.com and buysellads.com

AdQuick will allow you to bring together advertisers and publishers, and you the script owner will take a cut from every ad sold through your very own advertising network.

AdQuick can also be used as a stand alone Ad Server for your own advertising needs.


 

Creating A New Page Using The AdQuick Templating System

 

Lets say you want to create a new page for your "AdQuick" website such as a "Terms & Conditions" page or a "Privacy Policy" page, then the best way to do that is to use the templating system which is already built into the AdQuick software.

There are two files which you will need to work with and in this example I will name them, blank.php and blank.tpl. You can download those two blank template files by clicking their names.

Of course you dont need to leave them named blank.php and blank.tpl, but if you do re-name them, you must open up the blank.php file and look for the bit of code that says,

 

$content = $smarty->fetch('blank.tpl');

 

You then need to replace the 'blank.tpl' bit with whatever you re-named your .tpl file to.

Thats all you need to do with the blank.php file.

Next, you will need to open up your blank.tpl and this is where you can write your own HTML and enter your text that will show up on your new page. For example, in this example blank.tpl file you will see this code,

 

<div id="maininner">

<h1><a href="index.php" class="style27">Page Title</a></h1>

<div class="splitleft">

<div class="box">

<table width="100%" border="0" align="center">

<tr>

<td width="100%"><h1>title</h1></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td>text text</td>

</tr>

</table>

</div>

</div>

{$TIP}

</div>

 

With this example code, it will create a blank page like this, http://www.adquick.co.uk/blank.php

Once you have edited your .tpl file, you will need to save it and upload it to your templates/default (or whatever folder you like inside the templates folder) folder. Your .php file will need to be uploaded to your root adquick folder alongside your other files such as the seller_mywebsites.php and website_page.php files.