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[IPS] All Active Advertisers Block

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 08:50 AM

This is an IP.Content block that displays all active Nexus advertisements. 
Use case: A listing of all active sponsors. 
Example: http://ohioriders.ne...e/sponsors.html
all_active_advertisements_block_random.zip orders advertisements randomly using MySQL's rand() function. 
all_active_advertisements_block_byid.zip orders advertisements by their ad_id. 
Additional notes: I personally created a sponsors page in IP.Content, added this block to it, then 
added a menu item to link directly to this new page using IP.Content's Navigation Menu editor. You 
can see this in the demo.
Tested on 3.4.X, but should work on most others.
Kudos to Ryan Ashbrook and Michael for helping me figure it out. 

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