Official Bench Banner Add: Add a link to The Bench on your web page

Mark Wing

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The official Bench Banner add is:

<img src="http://www.thebenchtrading.com/thebench/images/banner.gif" />

We encourage members to use it on their web pages. You can add it to your page by dropping in the following HTML code:

PHP:
<a href="http://www.thebenchtrading.com/thebench/index.php?referrerid=XXX">
   <img src="http://thebenchtrading.com/thebench/images/banner.gif"></a>

If you want to get credit for referrals, change the XXX to your Bench User ID (not your user name). You can get your Bench User ID from your profile. It is under Additional Information.

Mark
 
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monsterboxes

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FYI, you can also post this to your eBay "About Me" page. This is the only part of the whole eBay site that you can make truely your own. They don't have restrictions on what you put there as long as it is in good taste (ie, no porn site links or excessive bad language). Just wanted to let everyone know. Because one more member here means one more chance they might be holding the cards you need.

-Bill in PA
 

nerk01

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Any thoughts in having a smaller one available too?

The spot I have for links to websites I frequent doesn't have the room for such a wide banner. 150px by 150px or less is ideal, it might allow for people to put a link to the bench in more places.
 

Matt Studinski

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Any thoughts in having a smaller one available too?

The spot I have for links to websites I frequent doesn't have the room for such a wide banner. 150px by 150px or less is ideal, it might allow for people to put a link to the bench in more places.

You can define a img size in the HTML code itself or you could copy the logo somewhere else and resize it and repoint the IMG SRC section of your HTML code.

Here is a great tutorial on the IMG tag..

http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/images/_IMG.html

Matt
 

nerk01

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While I wish it was as simple as that, it's not. The banner look horrid when crammed into 18px by 150px.

 

mgm37

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I can't get this code to work on freewebs and can't find my Bench user ID on my profile.

The official Bench Banner add is:

<img src="http://thebenchtrading.com/thebench/images/banner.gif" />

We encourage members to use it on their web pages. You can add it to your page by dropping in the following HTML code:

HTML:
<a href="http://www.thebenchtrading.com/thebench/index.php?referrerid=XXX">
   <img src="http://thebenchtrading.com/thebench/images/banner.gif" />
</a>

If you want to get credit for referrals, change the XXX to your Bench User ID (not your user name). You can get your Bench User ID from your profile. It is under Additional Information.

Mark
 

mgm37

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Thanks for the help. That worked great.

Mike

Mike,
It looks like the HTML code in the original post above has a few extra back slashes "/" and spaces. I tried to correct the HTML, but it appears our vBulletin message board software is inserting slashes and spaces in error.

Here's link to the Bench banner HTML:
http://www.geocities.com/nyjeterfan/benchbanner.txt

copy/paste the HTML code into your website. Where you see "xxx" insert your Bench member number (2891).

LMK how you make out.
:)
 

whtknights165

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can somebody check my home page and tell me what im missing in this link, ive tried a few things but im just that computer savy i guess or im just overlooking something minor. thanks for the help.

greg
 
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