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|By Ron McBain on Wednesday, July 28, 2004 - 01:20 pm:|
Does TNC have banners?
If so where can I find them?
Is it ok to buy banner space using TNC banners?
|By Lorraine Brauckhoff on Sunday, December 03, 2000 - 12:58 pm:|
When ever I click on Microsoft Internet Explorer on my desktop, I have a message on the top in the bar. (Invalid syntax error) What does this mean? Is there a missing file in order to go to this site? Thanks, Lorraine
|By Catchup on Sunday, November 19, 2000 - 06:02 am:|
RE: banner limks
Well I guess I better fix this before someone tries it and it don't work
Whenever you open a "Tag" in HTML you got to close it;
What do I mean?
When I wrote the code for the banner link in the next message I forgot to close the "a" tag you see...
At the end of that whole string, at the end of "alt="visit my web site" border=0 width=468 hieght=68>
there has to be "</a>" (without the quotes)
You see the / is the off switch for the whole tag.
It all started with <a and that is what opens the tag for the hyperlink. No "/" at the begining.
Oh well, I guess sometimes I get a little tired. Nobodies purfekt
|By Catchup on Saturday, November 18, 2000 - 06:48 pm:|
RE: Banner exchange;
First thing to do is create a special folder on your web site, call it "exchange".
In this folder you place your banner(s) that you want to have available for others to place on their web site. Only place exchange banners in this folder. Why? Because you can track hits to it thats why...
Next: Send a pre configured link to your Exchange Partner and they will reciprocate with one of their own.
How to configure link:
You want your exchange partner to be able to "Cut and Paste" the HTML code into their web page so here's the way you do it...
<a href="http://www.yourdomain.com/yourpage.html"><img src="http://www.yourdomain.com/exchange/yourbanner.jpg" alt="visit my web site" border=0 width=468 hieght=68>
NOTE: the border and size is not nessessary but is proper and is a variable 468 X 68 is standard banner size...
This link, placed on another web site will query the web and find your web site and go to your "exchange" folder to find your banner whenever a surfer opens that particular web page...
Change "yourdomain" to what your URL is, replace "yourbanner.jpg" with the name of your banner and paste it into YOUR web site to check it out. If all is good to go send it to anyone you wish...
NOTE: If you do it this way, and you have access to raw logs on your web site you can tell how many times your banner is being viewed by web surfers because; when ever a page is viewed and your banner is on that page, the page in question must access your site in order to place your banner on that particular page... Got it???
Hope this helps
|By Anonymous on Tuesday, November 07, 2000 - 04:37 am:|
I would like to offer a reciprocal banner exchange with certain individual web-sites.
How do I do this? Do I need special software?
I do not own a computer, but I have an online
hard drive with xdrive.com
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