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Dear sir,
I would like to add banner from my sponser using FP2000. By the way, I would like it to random show banner (from several sponser banner) whenever user come to my Website. I don't have any idea that FP have any bot or function to do this?
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by:Yotraj
ID: 1867938
Find one on the net....do a "View" and then a "source"  if it's what ya want then download it and look at it in notepad.  Find the names of the files that the banner reads and substitute your file names for theirs.  Don't forget to have your files in the right directory, subdirecyoty..etc.    L8tr     John
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by:Mcblake
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Hi Yotraj,
I understand your point but it 's not answer for my question.
Suppose I would like to show banner for Company A, B, C... Z
I would like my customer see banner randomly whenever he/she load my page.

Regards,
Mcblake
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by:Mcblake
ID: 1867940
As I have a comment above
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by:Yotraj
ID: 1867941
check out this page http://www.nashville.net/~carl/htmlguide/index.html   from CNet.com and try transparent gifs.....good luck!    John
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by:Dassa
ID: 1867942
In FP2000 try Insert ---> Component --->Banner Ad Manager.

You can set it up so that each banner will display for the selected time.  You could estimate how long someone will be at your banner page and set the time to that.  Don't make it too long.  Be better to have it change while they are on the page.  Then the next banner in line should show up for the next visitor.
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Mark4598 earned 100 total points
ID: 1867943
Change the page to .asp and run the Ad Rotator Component.

You can find information on using this component here:
http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/042999-2.shtml

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