Using Custom Fields in WordPress to set your eMiniMalls queries

  • 12 October 2005

Jacken describes in detail how you can use WordPress' Custom Fields to easily set your own quieries:

But wouldn’t it be great if you could use the Custom Fields that’s already in WordPress? Well you can. And here’s how I did it. When writing your blog posting, just add a tag called “ad” in the Custom fields, and then put the search word you want, for example “ipod”. I’ve put the code so that WordPress uses the the codes when displaying a single post.

Using eMiniMalls in non-contextual mode

  • 1 October 2005

By default eMiniMalls service is set to be non-contextual. That means you can set your own keywords. The following lines in your customized code can be edited to include keywords of your choice:

ch_non_contextual = 1; v

ar ch_queries = new Array("laptop", "ipod");

var ch_selected=Math.floor((Math.random()*ch_queries.length));

ch_query = ch_queries[ch_selected];

We have been listening to you ...

  • 22 September 2005

We're excited to let you know that we've been listening to your feedback and busily updating our eMiniMalls product to be even better for the upcoming shopping season. We think that you'll like what you see. Our goal is to make you see GREEN for the holidays!

Net 30 Payments We have moved from the Net 45 payment terms to Net 30 - putting the money in your pocket faster!


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