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{{cat info|Web banners (also called banner ads) are a common form of advertising on the web.  They are called this because, like real-world banners, they are usually in a high-aspect-ratio shape (narrow and tall, or short and wide). They are usually placed on websites with high-quality content and link back to the advertisers' websites. Sometimes they are simple images combined with some HTML and JavaScript. Increasingly often they also use multimedia objects to play animations and sounds, employing technologies like Flash, Shockwave or Java, to attract attention.
 
{{cat info|Web banners (also called banner ads) are a common form of advertising on the web.  They are called this because, like real-world banners, they are usually in a high-aspect-ratio shape (narrow and tall, or short and wide). They are usually placed on websites with high-quality content and link back to the advertisers' websites. Sometimes they are simple images combined with some HTML and JavaScript. Increasingly often they also use multimedia objects to play animations and sounds, employing technologies like Flash, Shockwave or Java, to attract attention.
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==Further reading==
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* See [[Banner]] in the [[Glossary]]
 
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Latest revision as of 08:11, 2 February 2014

Web banners (also called banner ads) are a common form of advertising on the web. They are called this because, like real-world banners, they are usually in a high-aspect-ratio shape (narrow and tall, or short and wide). They are usually placed on websites with high-quality content and link back to the advertisers' websites. Sometimes they are simple images combined with some HTML and JavaScript. Increasingly often they also use multimedia objects to play animations and sounds, employing technologies like Flash, Shockwave or Java, to attract attention.

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