WP Terms Popup WordPress Plugin

WP Terms Popup is already listed on WordPress.org plugins repository. Full URL of the plugin here.

What the plugin does

  1. The plugin presents your visitors with a professional looking ‘terms and conditions’ that will make them agree to it before they can continue browsing your website. This is the easiest way to get your visitors to agree to your terms, privacy policy, etc. before entering your website.
  2. Visitors will only see the terms once. If they agree to your terms, they will never see it again for the duration of time specified in your setting. If they don’t agree to your terms, they have a choice to go to a URL of your choice. If visitors decide to access your website with a different URL, they will still see the terms until they agree to it. You have the choice whether to enable or disable this to logged in users.
  3. Assure you that no visitors could use your website before agreeing to your terms. This makes sure you won’t be liable for what your visitors do on your website. Saves you from legal suits, among others.
  4. Since version 1.0.2, you can create as many different “terms” as you want for different purposes (eg. Terms of use, Age verification, Privacy policy, Disclaimer, etc) and show them on any posts or pages.
  5. Since version 1.1.0, you can use shortcode to display the terms on custom post types too.


How to use

After installing and activating the plugin, go to Terms Popup->Add New to create your first terms popup. Go to Settings->WP Terms Popup to set the desired configuration for all terms popups. You can override these settings by editing each individual terms popup.

You can choose whether to have one single terms to be shown across the entire website, or have different terms shown on posts or pages for different purposes. If you want to show popup on posts or pages, go to that post or page edit screen and you will see the option on the right side of the screen.

If you wish to show popup on custom post types, use the following shortcode:
[wpterms id="8"] where ‘8’ is the ID of the terms to be shown. DO NOT use shortcodes on posts or pages, because it’s redundant.

Download the plugin from WordPress.org here : DOWNLOAD NOW.

Overlay Ad On Video For WordPress

Overlay Ad On Video For WordPress is a WordPress plugin for those who want to run an ad over their videos on a WordPress website. This plugin works on embedded videos as well as self-hosted videos. Your videos can be either in a post, page, or template files. To use inside template files, please use WordPress do_shortcode. To put it simply, use shortcode wherever you want your video with an ad to appear.


  • Force visitors to actually look at your ads, increasing visitor awareness of the ads
  • Higher CTR (click-through rate) for your ads
  • Higher conversion or lead, hence revenue boost
  • Powerful form of advertisement
  • Avoid waste of space for traditional static banner ads that your visitors are so used to ignore (or don’t even look at)


  • Easy use of shortcode
  • You have control over each video and ad size. Either control video size globally, or individually.
  • Force visitors to close the ad before they can watch a video.
  • Your ads can be a static banner image, javascript codes, or text links. Easily editable through the plugin’s admin area.

Shortcode and Usage:

Out of the box, to use it in a post or page, use shortcode like so;

[wpjadvideo]<iframe width="480" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/ou9AabR6_1w?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>[/wpjadvideo]

Remember that the width and height of the video in the above code will be ignored by the plugin. If you want to set a specific width and height for your video, use attributes, like so;

[wpjadvideo width="480px" height="360px"]<iframe src="//www.youtube.com/embed/ou9AabR6_1w?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>[/wpjadvideo]

Most of the time the above will work just fine, but in the event that width or height doesn’t appear like how you’ve specified them in the attributes (something to do with your theme’s styling), please reach me for support. Also, please pay attention to the “px” (pixels) in the above code (in bold).

Alternately, you can also set the default width and height of your videos sitewide through the plugin’s admin area. Refer the image below for this purpose. Use this option if all your videos have the same width and height. If this is not set, default width and height will be outputted (width:100% and height:100%).


To use in your theme files, please use do_shortcode, like so:

<?php echo do_shortcode( '[wpjadvideo width="480px" height="360px" ]<iframe src="//www.youtube.com/embed/ou9AabR6_1w?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>[/wpjadvideo]' ); ?>

Plugin FAQs:

Can I use the plugin on embedded Youtube videos?
Yes, definitely.

What are the video websites supported, other than Youtube?
Pretty much all video sites out there are supported, as long as the embedding codes are in iframe.

What about self-hosted videos? Are they supported?

What type of ads are allowed to be used with the plugin?
Your ads can be either HTML, static banner image with a link, text links, javascript snippet, or the combination of those.

Can I use more than one ad and video on the same page?
You can have more than one video on the same page, however, only one ad will appear, and it will only be for the first video on that page.

Can you give me suggestion on how I can use it?
Engage your visitors with an interesting video with no ad, and show an overlay ad on the next video. Be creative.

Download and Demo:

This plugin is currently only available at videoadpopup.com as Video Ad Popup. However, you can ask for support request here on this site. Ask for support.

VideoJikan WordPress Theme


Originally a clone theme of a popular video site Blip.tv, VideoJikan has evolved to a lot more than just a clone theme.

Theme Features:

  • Pre-roll video ad
  • Overlay ad on video
  • Watch in the dark / Turn off the lights feature while watching video
  • Easy built-in video embed feature (no additional plugins required)
  • Supports all video embed codes from all major video sites
  • Auto resized videos
  • Related videos without additional plugins
  • Built-in homepage slider without additional plugins
  • Built-in social share on each post without additional plugins
  • Featured categories and posts on the homepage
  • Responsive layout
  • Ability to set your own image to each category
  • Theme Options
  • Two 336×280 banner advertisement slots
  • Navigation menu in the header and footer
  • Social buttons ready
  • Ready for use with WP-PageNavi plugin

Release Notes:

Version 2.0.1
– Fixed watch in the dark feature not covering the whole screen problem.
– Fixed enable/disable pre-roll clashing with watch in the dark.

Version 2.0.0
– Added preroll video ad feature, with options on the options panel
– Added overlay video ad feature, with options on the options panel
– Added watch in the dark video feature, with options on the options panel
– Fixed jQuery conflict in previous versions
– Improved insertion of stylesheet links in the head tag
– Minor improvement of options panel look and feel

Version 1.5.0 (released as 1.05)
– Fixed the options fields problem on Theme Options.
– Set Featured Categories on the homepage to display 5 posts each, eliminating display problem.
– Improved single video page paragraph styling.

Version 1.4.1 (released as 1.04.01)
– Initial release.

Demo and Download:

Live Demo

UPDATE: This theme is no longer available for download until further notice.

Now released under the WPJikan brand name, managed by Kovich Network LLC.