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GIF formats are automatically accepted. Please contact us to discuss Java, Java script, HTML, Flash and any other formats.


Banner Specifications

Dimensions:

468w x 60h pixels.

Format:

GIF format (72dpi, 256 colors).

Size:

15k max.

Link Information:

Every banner must have both a working URL and a text alternative (up to 60 characters).

Animation:

Animated GIFs are accepted, with no limit on the number of loops.

Microbutton  Specifications

Dimensions:

88w x 31h (pixels).

Format:

GIF format (72dpi, 256 colors).

Size:

3k max.

Link Information:

Every button must have both a working URL and a text alternative (up to 60 characters).

Animation:

Animated GIFs are accepted, with a 10-loop maximum.

Macrobutton Specifications

Dimensions:

88w x 120h (pixels).

Format:

GIF format (72dpi, 256 colors).

Size:

8k max.

Link Information:

Every button must have both a working URL and a text alternative (up to 60 characters).

Animation:

Animated GIFs are accepted, with no limit on the number of loops.

Note: Artwork that does not conform to these specifications (off by as little as 1 pixel) can affect our site's performance and will not be posted.


Banner Review and Approval
Your banner will be reviewed by our quality assurance staff within 48 hours of receipt. It will be checked against our banner specifications and quality standards. We reserve the right to reject any banner advertisement deemed offensive or inappropriate. The following advertisements and/or sites are expressly prohibited:
Those that would violate any applicable law, regulation or third party right;
Those encouraging illegal activity or racism;
Those that infringe or misappropriate any copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret, music, image, or other proprietary or property right, false advertising, unfair competition, defamation, invasion of privacy or rights of celebrity.
Advertising for hard liquor, tobacco products, gambling, and materials, products and services related to pornography.

 

 

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