Few days back I started using ‘Datafeedr Ads’ WordPress Plugin for randomly producing Affiliates Ads layout in my websites’ sidebar
I searched & found that plugin itself doesn’t have inbuilt functionality to layout ads in two columns or three columns
Main Problem: Problem was something like this,
Plugin was lay outing or distributing ads randomly as
But instead expected result was something like, it was distribution of Ads in Two columns like this
Ad 1 | Ad 2
Ad 3 | Ad 4
Ad 5 | Ad 6
i.e. In ‘Z’ English character order.
After contacting Datafeedr Plugin Creator & Author he told me, “You have to use CSS Lay outing for this”.
So After working for few long hours I came up with tis solution: I used ‘CSS Multiple Columns’ Lay outing technique to succesfully use & distribute ads in two columns
<div style="float:left; width:270px; padding-top:0px; padding-right:0px; padding-bottom:0px; padding-left:0px; column-width:auto; -webkit-column-width:auto; -moz-column-width:auto; column-count:2; -webkit-column-count:2; -moz-column-count:2; column-gap:5px; -webkit-column-gap:5px; -moz-column-gap:5px;"> <?php echo dfads( 'groups=51&limit=6&orderby=random' ); ?> </div>
Note: Replace below code with your expected & relevent PHP code generated through your Datafeedr Ads plugin settings page.
<?php echo dfads( 'groups=51&limit=6&orderby=random' ); ?>
And I was more than happy that I solved it,
Thanks & Regards