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Hello everyone. I had the following problem: I want to show a leaderboard banner below the navigation centered. My leaderboard was clicked only half as ...

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    Idee A centered Banner below the navbar that is loaded AFTER

    Hello everyone.

    I had the following problem:
    I want to show a leaderboard banner below the navigation centered.
    My leaderboard was clicked only half as often as the banners I showed in the
    thread as 2nd post. So I wanted to load my leaderboard banner AFTER the 2nd post
    banners so that they get the highest paying keywords.

    Read this to know why: ((login for URL))

    I found a complex but perfect solution for this:

    The settings for my forum:
    vBulletin 4.0.2
    Fixed width for the forum and the forum is centered.
    The banner position is exactly 253px from the top.

    In Template ad_global_below_navbar add:

    Code:
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    Click Save

    The ads_navbar_container creates an empty "box" that spans from left to right
    and has a hight of 100px. This is the background box on which I will display the
    adsense banner.

    In Template ad_footer_end add:

    Code:
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    Click Save

    This is the actual Adsense Leaderboard.
    It is wraped inside a container (ads_navbar_container_2) that is positioned from
    the top to fit inside the box we created before (in this case 253px from the top).

    After that we define the AD in ads_navbar and center it within the previous container.
    If you use other banner formats change the width to fit the banner width.

    In Template additional.css add:

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    Change the colors of the background box to colors that fit your theme.
    Adjust the top position to fit your layout. Change the banner width and box height
    if you use other formats then a leaderboard.

    Click Save

    E voila, a perfectly centered banner that is loaded last
    (displays the lowest paying keywords).

    If you want to load it in between 2 other ads, simply search for an ad template
    that is loaded after the first and before the second and put the ad code there
    instead of the footer ad template.

    In my case I only did this "trick" for banners that are shown to guests which are
    viewing a thread. That is done via conditionals.

    Instead of the above add the following to your ad_global_below_navbar template:

    Code:
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    In Template ad_footer_end add:

    Code:
    Please ((login for URL)) to see this code!
    Click Save

    In Template additional.css add:

    Code:
    Please ((login for URL)) to see this code!
    Feedback is always welcome

    Kind regards

    StarBuG

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    nice write-up ! but in 4.1.0 pl2 there's no ad_footer_end, any suggestion to getting this to work?

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    Put it in the footer template.
    It just needs to be at the end of the HTML.

    But the leaderboard is by far not the best performing Ad Unit for this spot.

    I would suggest you try: ((login for URL))
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    thank you, I'm going to look into it some more

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    The superbanner performs best within the first post in the same area as the rectangle. However there the rectangle outperforms the superbanner. The superbanner is also good on forumdisplay within the thread listing.

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    This is going to be a difficult one for me, but I am going to try it.
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    Is this going to place the ad on every page?

    I'm using the vb default global ad spot right now with vb's default advertising and really need to use a different location. I want to stay under the navbar like you have here but only want the ad in show thread, thread display, forum display, forum home. Basically pages with content.

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    This modification is very old and not supported anymore.
    Try at your own risk

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