Banners are a good way of offering graphical links to our
site and add a visual aid to your visitors in order to help them find then
information they require.
HTML allows developers to establish links from one page to another, defining
a relationship between the documents. This provides a way for the user to
retrieve additional data on the same subject as the current page. This is
typically how users find the data they are looking for. The Web is based on this
fundamental principal of establishing relationships (through links) between
distinct data files.
A web sites usefulness (and subsequent number of visitors) can be greatly
increased by the intelligent use and placement of links to other documents. The
content of some well known and successful sites consist of nothing but links
(e.g. "Yahoo.com" and "Google.com").
Just copy the HTML code below and paste it into your web page to get a ClassicTV banner on your site.
<A HREF="http://www.classictv.info/"><IMG BORDER=0 SRC="http://www.classictv.info/images/banner_468x60.gif" WIDTH=468 HEIGHT=60></A>
<A HREF="http://www.classictv.info/"><IMG BORDER=0 SRC="http://www.classictv.info/images/banner_155x60.gif" WIDTH=155 HEIGHT=60></A>
<A HREF="http://www.classictv.info/"><IMG BORDER=0 SRC="http://www.classictv.info/images/banner_88x31.gif" WIDTH=88 HEIGHT=31></A>
This will create banner(s) that looks like this.
Please note that future changes in CassicTV's services may cause this code to stop working.