Graphic advertisement of various sizes. These can be static or animated and usually come in standard sizes for easy addition into existing sites. Measured in pixels the most common sizes are 468x60, 120x60. Other less common standards are 234x60, 120x600, 125x125, 88x31. Formats are .jpg and .gif for static banners and .gif and .swf (Flash) for animated banners. To view a PDF with more info about banners click here.
PVC banners which can be used internally or externally. Used for temporary advertising etc.
An advertisement linking to another web site, the web site hosting the banner usually receives a commission.
standard web ads. Usually 468 x 60 pixels, up to 10 kb size, .gif o .jpg extension.
A Banner simply displays a page title or could display a title on every page located on a web site.
A banner is a static or animated graphic advertisement, normally placed on an affiliates website or in a pop-up, with the intention of driving traffic, and hopefully sales to the merchants website
An advertisement taking the form of banner artwork within a graphics box or frame, usually at the head or foot of a Web page.
Lively advertisements used on Internet.
A Joomla! core Component that allows banner ads to be displayed on your Web site. Banners are displayed using the module banners. The component allows clients to be input and client related banners to be added. Impressions can be input as a number or unlimited. The number of impressions seen and clicks are recorded and displayed in the Backend under Components/Banners/Manage Banners.
have become ubiquitous as a form of advertising on the Web. These are usually narrow graphics, sometimes logos, sometimes signboards, about 3cm high and 10cm long. They are designed to fit on even a small laptop screen, and are often used to mark a place where the reader can click to get more information. It is also possible to create animated banners which behave much like a short cartoon.
A "banner" is a framed sometimes linked document that appears as a distinct area on a Web page as displayed in a browser. Banners are typically used for advertising but may also have value in providing legal disclaimers/notices, and often support click-through to other Web pages, sometimes under terms that create a "click-wrap" agreement. Return to the top
Banners are the primary form of advertisements on the web. The standard banner usually appears at the top of a web page, and will link to a target web page, that may be the homepage of the advertiser or a target page developed by the advertiser that is more directly relevant to the message of the banner (a better use). Web advertising can also come in the form of buttons, half-banners, vertical banner ads and more. The IAB has developed banner size standards.
Separator pages that occur within a print stream. These are also called Branch Dividers. Header and Trailer pages are examples of banners at the start and end of a job.
An ad graphic hyperlinked to the URL of the advertiser. These are usually animated GIF images, though we are seeing an increasing number of MacroMedia Flash banners. The full banner (below) size is 468 x 60 pixels, and most sites limit the file size of the graphic to 6K to 10K
Joomla! core Component which allows you to display and manage banner ads for your web site. In the Administrator (Back-end), you can set up banners, input and associate clients with their specific banners, and specify impressions as a number or unlimited. The number of impressions seen and clicks are recorded and displayed in the Back-end under Components/Banners/Manage Banners. Banners are displayed on the Site (Front-end) using the banners module. Blog Style of content presentation within Joomla!, displaying some or all content items in a certain section or category. The tile may appear as a link or both the title and the introductory text, with a Read More link displayed. Often the News page is written in Blog style.
A graphical advertisement on other websites.