Banner ads and all that

I have finally started learning how to do small jobs on some of my sites myself.  Thank goodness for books like HTML 4 for Dummies! 

Anyway, I have read that there are scripts available for all sorts of things on the Web.  I am looking for a script (or whatever works best) that will help me create rotating banner ads like the ones you see on many commercial websites.  Can anyone point me in the right direction?  What I have in mind is some sort of code/script that will draw on banner ads and alternate them on some basis so people who advertise on my sites will have their banners pop up for a few seconds or so at a time.

Paul

Enthusiast, marketing strategist, writer, and photographer. Passionate about my wife, Gina and #proudDad. Allergic to stupid

  1. Hey Paul,

    From what I can see, you’re doing a great job! Try http://www.scripts.com/ for any scripts you might need (although there are millions of sites with all kinds of scripts). You’re looking for either javascript (run on client browser) or PHP (run on server) scripts. PHP will probably be a bit more involved but it can be very good to know.

  2. Hey Paul,

    From what I can see, you’re doing a great job! Try http://www.scripts.com/ for any scripts you might need (although there are millions of sites with all kinds of scripts). You’re looking for either javascript (run on client browser) or PHP (run on server) scripts. PHP will probably be a bit more involved but it can be very good to know.

  3. Hey Paul,From what I can see, you're doing a great job! Try http://www.scripts.com/ for any scripts you might need (although there are millions of sites with all kinds of scripts). You're looking for either javascript (run on client browser) or PHP (run on server) scripts. PHP will probably be a bit more involved but it can be very good to know.

  4. Hey Paul,

    From what I can see, you’re doing a great job! Try http://www.scripts.com/ for any scripts you might need (although there are millions of sites with all kinds of scripts). You’re looking for either javascript (run on client browser) or PHP (run on server) scripts. PHP will probably be a bit more involved but it can be very good to know.

  5. Hey Paul,

    From what I can see, you're doing a great job! Try http://www.scripts.com/ for any scripts you might need (although there are millions of sites with all kinds of scripts). You're looking for either javascript (run on client browser) or PHP (run on server) scripts. PHP will probably be a bit more involved but it can be very good to know.

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