Joomla Plugin – Easy Infolinks

Dear Users, I regret to inform you that I have unpublished Easy Infolinks plugin versions 0.1 and 0.2. Both versions of the plugin have a particular error that hinders the display Infolink ads on the page, which is the exact opposite of what I intend for it to do. Please accept my apologies for this error. I am currently working on fixing it. Kind Regards, Michael

If you find this module useful, please buy me a cup of coffee ($2) or a foot long subway ($5). It will help me to keep cranking out the code. Thanks!

Easy Infolinks v0.2

Copyright: Michael A. Gilkes
License: GNU/GPL v2

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  • Joomla 1.5 or 1.6
  • PHP 5.2+


This is a flexible, simple-to-use system plugin that is used to add Infolinks Ads to your Joomla site. This is a system plugin that allows you to add the Infolinks code to your site, and gives the option of which pages to exclude, and what version of jQuery to use.

Normally, Joomla allows you to add script code to the head section of the page. However, although you can add Infolinks to any part of the page, it is best to add it at the end of the document just before the </body> tag. Essentially, when you do that, you ensure that the javascript executes after the content loads. This plugin uses jQuery to simulate this by calling the Infolinks code after the document’s contents is loaded.

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Main features:

  • Calls Infolinks code after the page is loaded
  • Choose how you want jQuery to load
  • Can exclude certain article pages from loading the Infolinks plugin code
  • Can exclude Infolinks from showing in certain HTML tag elements


This plugin is designed for Joomla 1.5 and 1.6. To install, go to the Extension Manager page of Joomla Administrator and upload the package file. Then go to the Plugin Manager page and activate the plugin.


To use this plugin on the joomla site, first enable the plugin and configure the default parameters in the Plugin Manager. To control which types of users have access to this plugin, set the Access Level in the plugin.


Publisher ID0This is the publisher ID of the Infolinks account.
Website ID0This is the website ID specified in the Infolinks account.
jQuery to LoadbundledThis specifies whether to load the bundled jQuery, the latest jQuery supplied online, or none at all (assuming jQuery is loaded on your site already).
Excluded Articles (comma-separated)This is a list of article ids that won't have any Infolinks applied to them.
Excluded Elements (comma-separated)h1, h2, h3, .contentheading, .componentheading, .small, .bannergroup_text, .pollThis is a list of HTML tags, ids or classes that won't have any Infolinks ads in them.


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5 Responses to “Joomla Plugin – Easy Infolinks”

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Is there any plugin available now for Joomla 2.5?
I was using the one for Joomla 1.7 but its not working on my joomla 2.5

@Atul. Thanks for your interest. However, I have discontinued this plugin. Upon testing the last version I wrote, I found that it did not work as expected. So, I have discontinued Easy info links plugin. If it ever worked on your website, I would be happy to investigate that, but all the tests that I have performed in the past led me to believe that it didn’t work properly.

Hi, I can’t remember which one I had DLed. But I noticed that you are going to fix the issue πŸ™‚

hopefully it can work soon πŸ™‚

Hi, Installed the plugin for Joomla 1.6, followed the instructions to get infolinks live onto my website, even contacted infolinks and they told me what my publisher ID and website ID is..

and nothing on the main site πŸ™ . I hate joomla 1.6. The older versions were a lot easier to work with! Maybe you can help me?

@Rachel. Is this with version 0.1 or 0.2 of the plugin? I had a report of this problem with 0.1 of the plugin. So, I updated the way the script is added to the page in version 0.2. Let me know how it’s going? Let’s continue the conversation at

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