v1.1 Admin Menu
Here you can manage all the
users who have signed up at the banner exchange.
You can click on each user in this list to view detailed information
on each user.
information shows the following stats:
Credit" is how many credits a user earns each time their banner
"Lose Credit" is how many credits a user loses every time
their banner is shown (to avoid confusion, you should leave this set
can also suspend the user via the admin menu as well.
Here you can view all banners that have been added by users into the
You can see the Banner #, the User # the banner belongs to, an image
of the banner, the number of times the banner has been displayed,
the day the banner was submitted, and the banner status.
can also edit any of the banner info in this menu.
This shows all the banner impressions that have been purchased by
your users. In most cases the banner credits are added automatically.
You will be emailed by the system each time a user purchases banner
There are a number of things you can edit here.
Here you can set the price & number of banner impressions available
for each package.
Setting gold_price to "9" and gold_credit to "100000"
would give the user 100,000 banner impressions for $9.00. The
paypal buttons are automatically setup.
You can also set the url of your banner exchange here. Be sure
to add a '/' to the end of your URL.
approval_payment: If set to no, credits will be automatically added
when user buys credits, if set to yes, you will have to approve each
transaction before credits are added.
Start Earn can be set to anything you want, it should be a number
Start Lose should be set to '1' to avoid any confusion.
bonuscredit - This value will be added to each new user's credits.
If you want to offer free credits for signing up add the ammount here.
Here you can change your admin login & password. You can
also change your paypal email address that payments are sent to.
When sending an email
you will see the following fields:
The two things that need clarification here is the "Email From"
and the "Email Type" parts:
You must change this when you send out an email, the default input
You should change it, if your name is bob and your email address is
firstname.lastname@example.org then you would enter the following:
If you are sending an HTML email then select HTML. If you are
just typing your email in plain text be sure to select text.
If you select HTML and there are no line breaks (ie: <BR>) then
everything you type will be on the same line. Only select HTML
if you are entering HTML code here.
This function of course simply
logs you off the admin menu.