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Feb. 21. 2015


Flash banner with clickTAG, what it is:

The clickTAG is a further method to tell the flashbanner where it should link to. Thereby the link address is passed in the HTML-code and not stored in the banner itself (blue letters in the code example).
<param name="movie" value="">
Don't worry, the whole code to display your clickTAG banner will be shown directly after banner creation.

ClickTAG advantages

This method offers a couple of advantages. The clickTAG might also be a script, on a ad server for instance, that tracks where the banner appears and when it is clicked. Thus this method affords you multifarious ways of launching your banner.

A further point is that in case of the clickTAG isn't passed, the banner won't work as link. This might be useful if the banner should be adopt as a header of a website.

ClickTAG code in the banners

For those who want or need to know: The clickTAG code in the banners is as followed:

on (release) {
if (clickTAG.substr(0,5) == "http:") {

Note: This is nothing you need to copy and paste, this is only the code in the banners and is just for your information.
It says, that if there is a variable clickTAG and it starts with "http:" the banner links to there, in other cases the banner won't link to anywhere.

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