Template Tags

Core Template Tags

AdSanity ads can be placed programmatically. There are two template tags available for users. One to add a single ad and one to show an ad group. You may want to add these tags to specific templates or template parts to display your advertisements.

To show a single ad:
<?php
adsanity_show_ad( array(
// any valid ad ID will do
// (you can get this from the main list of ads)
‘post_id’ => 1,
// (one of the following:
// alignleft, aligncenter, alignright or alignnone)
‘align’ => false,
// this will optionally return the output instead of echoing it
‘return’ => false,
));
?>

To show a group of ads:
<?php
adsanity_show_ad_group( array(
// an array of valid group ids
// (you can get these from the main list of ad groups)
‘group_ids’ => array(),
// number of ads to show total
‘num_ads’ => 1,
// number of ads to show per row
‘num_columns’ => 1,
// this will optionally return the output instead of echoing it
‘return’ => false,
));
?>

Add-On Template Tags

To show rotating ads:
<?php
adsanity_show_rotating_ads( array(
// any valid group id
‘group_id’ => 0,
// (one of the following: alignleft, aligncenter, alignright or alignnone)
‘align’ => false,
// how many seconds to show an ad before rotating
‘time’ => 30,
// setting a max width can help keep ads responsive,
// but also no wider than necessary
‘max_width’ => 0,
// this will optionally return the output instead of echoing it
‘return’ => false,
));
?>

To show ordered ads:
<?php
function adsanity_show_ordered_ads( array(
// the number of columns to output
‘num_columns’ => 1,
// an array of valid ad ids
// (you can get these from the main list of ads)
‘ad_ids’ => array(),
// (one of the following:
// alignleft, aligncenter, alignright or alignnone)
‘align’ => ‘alignnone’,
// this will optionally return the output instead of echoing it
‘return’ => false,
));

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