If you have a web site hosted free at TrainWeb, then you can get more visitors to your web site by placing this HTML code near the bottom of your main web page and qualifying for a free dynamic clickable banner ad throughout the TrainWeb community! Each banner ad appears over 5,000 times per month (over 200 times per day)!
You can just use the Copy and Paste functions of your computer to copy the
above HTML code and paste it onto the main page of your web site. The
above HTML code will display the following on your web page:
When someone clicks on any link anywhere in the TrainWeb community of websites to get to your website, the top two banners will be different on each visit. Click here to see a demonstration of the banners at the top of this page changing with each visit. Click again and again if you want to see the banners at the top of this page continue to change with every visit.
The left ad is usually from a TrainWeb sponsor (whose financial support makes our offer of free web space to you possible), and the right ad is usually from another free web site hosted at TrainWeb or an ad for another area within the TrainWeb site.
Once you have placed the above code on your main web page, you then qualify for a free clickable banner ad to direct visitors to your own web site at TrainWeb! These clickable banners ads appear on almost every TrainWeb page and on the main page of many other web sites hosted at TrainWeb. Since thousands of pages are visited at TrainWeb each day, these clickable banners will drive MANY new visitors to your own web site! The latest analysis shows that your banner will be seen over 5,000 times each month (over 200 times per day)! Banners are 200 x 40 pixels and limited to 3000 bytes to provide fast loading.
If you do not know how to create a banner for your web site, then set your web browser to: www.crecon.com/banners.html. You can create and download a banner right from that web site! Just be sure to set the banner size to 200 x 40 pixels and keep it simple. If you make your banner too fancy, it will exceed our 3000 byte size limit. We restrict the banner size to 3000 bytes so that the speed at which pages load from the TrainWeb server are not slowed by the size of the banners.
For those organizations that were given free web accounts at TrainWeb prior to April 20, 1998, placing the above HTML code on your main web page is currently optional. However, doing so will allow you to have your own banner displayed throughout TrainWeb. That has already been proven to drive many more visitors to participating web sites. Thus, it is to your own advantage to participate in this program.
Free web accounts granted on or after April 20, 1998 are required to include the above HTML code near the bottom of their main web page. However, those web sites will also have a clickable banner ad displayed throughout the TrainWeb community!
If you wish to place the HTML code somewhere on your main page other than near the bottom of the page, that is fine, but it must appear somewhere on the main page of your web site. Also, if you wish to place the HTML code on additional pages of your web site, that is greatly appreciated and will further benefit everyone in the TrainWeb community!
Commercial and all other paying sponsors are not required to insert the above HTML code on their main page, but we certainly appreciate those that do!
Special Note: When someone goes direct to your URL or links to your website from outside the TrainWeb community, the two banners in the above example ("Place Your Banner Here" and "Click Here To View TrainWeb's Sponsors") are the exact banners that the visitor will see. Our code can only insert different banners when the visitor links from one TrainWeb hosted web page to another TrainWeb hosted web page.
The HTML code listed above must be copied exactly as it appears or it is very likely that the banners will not change on each visit. Thus, please do not alter anything between "<-- BEGIN TRAINWEB CODE -->" and "<-- END TRAINWEB CODE -->". It is best to copy and paste the code exactly as it appears above. The banners might also not change on some websites that use frames on their main web page. It just depends on exactly how the main page frames are constructed and implemented. You are allowed to design your website any way that you like. Just be aware that the banners might not change on your particular website if you are using frames, or if you did not cut and paste the TrainWeb Code exactly as it appears above.