In the Slideshows you're able to upload your own JPG pictures for using them in a slideshow!Slide Shows In the Picturebanners you're able to upload your own JPG pictures and use them in the banners!Picture Banner Graphic banners with amazing flash effects!Graphic Banner The sound banners play a little sound loop when the user moves his mouse over it!Sound Banner In the Picturebanners you're able to upload your own JPG pictures and use them in the banners!Page peel
80x210, another banner format which is very useful, because it can easily be placed in navigation bars!80x210
Big big skyscraper banners including your own picturesSkyscraper

How to include a Flashfile into a HTML Website?

Flashbanners (*.swf) can't be included with the IMG tag. For displaying Flashfiles a special HTML-code is needed.
For unskilled users it might look a bit strange but it's very easy. Just copy and paste the HTML-code in the box below to your HTML file.

The only thing you have to do is:

  • Change the banner address (red letters) into the address where your banner is stored on the internet.
  • If you want to display the banner in another size make your changes to the values in green letters.
1.) Code for usual Flash Banners (!!! not Peelbanner !!!)
<object classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000"
  id="name" width="468" height="60">
  <param name="movie" value="">
  <param name="quality" value="high">
  <param name="wmode" value="transparent">
  <embed name="name" src=""
  quality="high" wmode="transparent" width="468" height="60"

If you wont to avoid problems for
Internet Explorer users
expand the code as follows on that link!


2.) HTML code for Peelbanners
Peel banners require another HTML code. The code differs from banner to banner, thus it isn't displayed here. But after generating a peelbanner the code is shown in the same yellow box as above at the bottom of the final page. So you can copy it there.