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A banner is usually a graphic image on a Web site that advertises goods or services for that Website or another Website. Visitors to the site can click on the banner graphic in order to visit another Web site or Web page associated with the advertised service.
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A rectangular shaped advert or heading normally at the top of a web page. On the WebWise website, this includes our logo, tagline and the illustrations directly to the right of these.
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A banner is the information that is displayed to a remote user trying to connect to a service. This may include version information, system information, or a warning about authorized use.
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c. 1200, from Old French baniere (Modern French bannière) "flag, banner, standard," from Late Latin bandum "standard," borrowed from a West Germanic cognate of Gothic bandwa " [..]
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A series of cross tabulations between a criterion or dependent variable, and several, sometimes many, explanatory variables in a single table.
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Banner [N] [S] The flag or banner of the larger kind, serving for three tribes marching together. These standards, of which there were four, were worked with embroidery and beautifully ornamented ( Nu [..]
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flag.
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 An interactive ad placed on a webpage that
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A graphical Internet advertising unit, often including links to another page or website selected by the advertiser, which the user accesses by clicking on the ad.
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long strip of cloth or paper used for decoration or advertising unusually good; outstanding; "a banner year for the company" streamer: a newspaper headline that runs across t [..]
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a flag, sometimes with two poles
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An HTML tag that creates scrolling text on a Web page. [Bahorsky] 2. Scrolling or fixed text used as an advertisement on a Web page, e.g., banner advertising. [Bahorsky] 3. In computer networking, a p [..]
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n. 1. The title page added to printouts by most print spoolers (see spool). Typically includes user or account ID information in very large character-graphics capitals. Also called a `burst page' [..]
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Banners are the 468–by–60 pixels ad space on commercial Web sites that are usually “hot–linked” to the advertiser’s site.
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Official journal of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War where the General Orders of the Commander-in-Chief are published, along with news and articles concerning the Order. Brother
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WebGuest Dictionary Advertisement in the form of a graphic image on the Web. Most banner ads are animated GIF s.
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The title of a periodical, which appears on the cover of the magazine and on the first page of the newsletter. It contains the name of the publication and serial information -- date, volume, number.
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(1.) The flag or banner of the larger kind, serving for three tribes marching together. These standards, of which there were four, were worked with embroidery and beautifully ornamented (Num. 1:52; 2: [..]
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[See Ensign]
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The primary headline usually spanning the entire width of a page.
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To see one's country's banner floating in a clear sky, denotes triumph over foreign foes. To see it battered, is significant of wars and loss of military honors on land and sea.   
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In typography, any large headline, especially one that spans the width of a page.
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Banner - A graphic that appears on a web page that is usually hyperlinked to an advertisers web site. May be in a variety of formats including GIF, JPEG, Flash, HTML, Java, JavaScript and more.
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banners or banner ads are the most commonly used forms of online advertising. Banners of varied sizes such as 468x60 are used to carry the ad message at strategic positions on a website. Banner advert [..]
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An in-store advertising sign or display used to identify in-store locations, sale items and products.
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An ad unit on a Web page that is usually linked to an advertiser’s site. Banners are the dominant form, or unit, of advertising on the Web. The Internet Advertising Bureau ( IAB) has recommended eight standard sizes, as well as interactive banner ads, which couple banners with daughter window ads. See Daughter Window.
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A suspended panel used as a decoration or a sign, usually made of fabric or paper for temporary use. Bill of Lading (B/L)
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a large headline or title extending across the full page width.
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A headline stretching across the width of a page, usually at the top. Also called a streamer.
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This is an ad that appears on a web page which is typically hyperlinked to an advertiser’s website. Banners can be images (GIF, JPEG, PNG), JavaScript programs or multimedia objects (Flash, Java, Sh [..]
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A sign composed of lightweight material. Promotional banners include those used to announce open houses and grand openings, make special announcements, or communicate events. Ornamental banners use im [..]
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A suspended panel used as a decoration or a sign, usually made of fabric or paper for temporary use.
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Type of display advertising on a webpage. Banners can come in a variety of sizes and formats (jpg, animated gif, Flash, etc.). See Click-through rate.
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A sign made of non rigid material such as canvas or vinyl, and typically having no enclosing or supporting framework. Often intended for temporary use, a banner sign can be screen printed or painted, [..]
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A type of headline stretching full width, usually at the top of a page. Also called a streamer.
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Headline across or near the top of all or most of a newspaper page. Also called a line, ribbon, streamer, screamer.
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Basis of many of the university’s core business functions such as finance and student or employee data. See also Self Service Banner (SSB) and Internet Native Banner (INB).
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A horizontal, online advert usually found running across the top of a page in a fixed placement. See also Universal Advertising Package, embedded formats.
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A fairly large rectangular graphic image placed on a website direct traffic to another. The banner is often animated with images or dancing text. Often the receiver pays for the banner placement. You [..]
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A graphic which serves as an advertisement and is usually embedded in an HTML document. Banners come in various shapes and sizes, are clickable and link to the advertiser's website.
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An advert displayed on a web page, promoting a product or service that may or may not be related to the host web page and which in any event links directly to the site of the advertiser.
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(n) long strip of cloth or paper used for decoration or advertising(n) a newspaper headline that runs across the full page(n) any distinctive flag(adj) unusually good; outstanding
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A banner is an advertisement used on Internet sites. The banner includes a link to the advertisers site. In the begining all banners had a rectangular shpe and were put on the upper part of the web pa [..]
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vexillum
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The brand name of the software application that manages student information at Victoria University of Wellington, including personal details, course information and academic history.
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Many text-based protocols will issue text banners when you connect to the service. These can usually be used to fingerprint the os or service. Key point: Many banners reveal the exact version of th [..]
Source: linuxsecurity.com

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 is an administrative software application developed specifically for higher education institutions. Used for human resources, admissions and records including registration.
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Large headline, usually across the full width of a page.
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 A static or animated graphic that is displayed on a Web site, used primarily for advertising purposes. Banner advertisements often contain bright colors and animation to attract a user's attention. When a banner is clicked, the user is typically directed to a page containing more information about the product or service being advertised. Als [..]
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Large vinyl poster site, usually found on the side of a building
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The column headings, or cross-tab breaks, that run horizontally across the top of a computer table.
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A strip of cloth or vinyl used for advertising a person, idea, organization or business. Banners differ from flags in that they are expected to hang open and be readable with or without the benefit of wind. See Also: "flag"
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A banner is a graphic that is placed around a website for the use of advertising. Graphics can use static images and text, or even be animated. Banners are a great way to draw attention to special inf [..]
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A graphical Internet advertising unit, often including links to another page or website selected by the advertiser, which the user accesses by clicking on the ad.
Source: agbnielsen.net

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Banners are graphic images that commonly function as Web-based billboards. Banner ads generally appear toward the top-center of the screen, and are used as attention-grabbing links to other sites.
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The air-to-air gunnery target, also known as the "rag". You arrive at the squadron (this is a shore-based exercise) to find out that on your first hop of the day you'll be the tow pilot [..]
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An advertisement, usually in the form of a clickable image, t hat is placed within a web page.
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The primary headline usually spanning the entire width of a page.
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The heading for a page of cross-tabulations.
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The primary headline usually spanning the entire width of a page.
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An advertisement that appears on a Web site. The ad format is a "banner", a combination of graphic and textual content entreating the Web site user to "click through&quo [..]
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The primary headline usually spanning the entire width of a page.
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The primary headline usually spanning the entire width of a page.
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The primary headline usually spanning the entire width of a page.
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A flag or standard used by a military commander, monarch or nation. Any large sign, especially if constructed of soft material or fabric. ''The mayor hung a banner across Main Street to commemor [..]
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banner
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