phpBB plugin for my website

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I would like a phpBB plugin making for our website. Its fairly simple once you understand it. Its similar to our wordpress plugin so can always show you this to clear things up.

OK so this simply inserts a piece of iframe/javascript code after every post.

User wants to have the options to in the settings of the plugin:

1) Enter their affiliate ID which is inserted in the javascript/iframe code.

2) Say if they want the code (which will be a banner ad) centered, left or right.

3) If they want a sub ID, if they want a Sub ID they simply enter in a box what they want can use numbers and letters and it adds in the url on the end

4) choose between javascript or iframe code that is inserted.

5) can enable/disable text that shows underneath the ad in the right hand corner that says 'Ads by WO%W Trk' with the text WO%W Trk (remove percentage) linked to [url removed, login to view]%[url removed, login to view]

Should let them select size, javascript or iframe.

Should let them decide where the ads appear e.g. in the footer of the site or just after every post or after the first post of every thread.

Also there should be an option to let them show ads only for specific user groups like they could say only appear for Guests. Or only appear for basic members if they have that setup as a group, I guess it could connect to the groups table some how?

It would be cool if they could also choose to not automatically appear and they can just use a short code to have it show up where they want.

here is an example of the iframe code:

with sub id:

(remove percentage sign)


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