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Robert Burns
30-06-11, 11:06
Dear members,

Please find a flash banner for use on your websites.

The size to set it at is 468 x 60. You can see it playing full size at the top of the page.

<OBJECT CLASSID="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000"

WIDTH="468"

HEIGHT="60"

CODEBASE="http://active.macromedia.com/flash5/cabs/swflash.cab#version=5,0,0,0">

<PARAM NAME="MOVIE" VALUE="lrul.swf">

<PARAM NAME="PLAY" VALUE="true">

<PARAM NAME="LOOP" VALUE="true">

<PARAM NAME="QUALITY" VALUE="high">

<PARAM NAME="SCALE" value="noborder">

<EMBED SRC="http://www.rugbyrefs.com/flash/lrul.swf"

WIDTH="468"

HEIGHT="60"

PLAY="true"

LOOP="true"

QUALITY="high"

scale="noborder"

PLUGINSPAGE="http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash">

</EMBED>

</OBJECT>

Robert Burns
30-06-11, 11:06
To add it to your website just paste the following code:


<div align="center"><OBJECT CLASSID="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000"

WIDTH="468"

HEIGHT="60"

CODEBASE="http://active.macromedia.com/flash5/cabs/swflash.cab#version=5,0,0,0">

<PARAM NAME="MOVIE" VALUE="lrul.swf">

<PARAM NAME="PLAY" VALUE="true">

<PARAM NAME="LOOP" VALUE="true">

<PARAM NAME="QUALITY" VALUE="high">

<PARAM NAME="SCALE" value="noborder">

<EMBED SRC="http://www.rugbyrefs.com/flash/lrul.swf"

WIDTH="468"

HEIGHT="60"

PLAY="true"

LOOP="true"

QUALITY="high"

scale="noborder"

PLUGINSPAGE="http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash">

</EMBED>

</OBJECT></div>

To align it left or right change where the first lane says 'center' to either left or right.

Robert Burns
30-06-11, 13:06
Also,

If you do use the banner, I would prefer if you linked it from here as opposed to save it on your server, that way I can update the banner when required, and it updates them all straight away.

Robert Burns
01-07-11, 18:07
Wow, massive response....
:rolleyes:

Ian_Cook
02-07-11, 13:07
Any chance you can set up the banner so that it is a link to LRUL.

People can then click on it and be taken straight there.


EDIT:

Never mind. I already figured it out.

Phil E
02-07-11, 14:07
To add it to your website just paste the following code:

Tried placing that code on my blog, but it doesn't display.

Simon Thomas
02-07-11, 15:07
We are not doing any work to our website until August. Will add RRF stuff then.

Our priority is on getting WhosTheRef up and running in July.

Account Deleted
02-07-11, 15:07
I've passed it on to our webmaster.

Robert Burns
02-07-11, 20:07
Is your blog in a CMS or raw code Phil?

(I.e. do you type code into it or just words?)

Ian_Cook
02-07-11, 21:07
Robbie

Looks good, and I have it as a signature in other forums, and I am going to try to convince the administrators of TRF to put in the headerspace of their "Laws & Equipment" sub forum.

Is there any chance you can have more than just one sample Law question popping up, i.e. I see it going through the Logo, motto and ad routine, but popping up with a different question each time. I realise it would probably have to be a shockwave flash animation rather than a gif animation.

Robert Burns
03-07-11, 12:07
Yeah should be fine, but would be a bigger file, so if TRF are happy with that. I'll add 3 questions, should be enough. Any suggestions?

OB..
03-07-11, 14:07
The aim of a moving ad is to catch people's attention, but I am not sure it is the first thing I want people to look at on the website, and I am not keen on duelling flash banners. :wow:

Robert Burns
03-07-11, 16:07
Agree, but at least you know I'm not advertising for profiteering.

Phil E
03-07-11, 20:07
Is your blog in a CMS or raw code Phil?

(I.e. do you type code into it or just words?)


Just realised I can see the animation in the thread, but not at the top of the page. I just have a plain white box. So it might be a setting in IE.

I got the same effect when I added the gif to my blog, just a plain white box.

Robert Burns
04-07-11, 00:07
Yes, that will be a browser setting.








(Don't use IE!):rolleyes:

dave_clark
04-07-11, 14:07
yep, in IE (at work so can't use anything else) it doesn't work for me either. firefox at home is fine.

Phil E
04-07-11, 18:07
Do you have a non-animated (inanimate?) version?

Robert Burns
05-07-11, 01:07
I'm sure I can give you a picture that says LRUL on it.

Robert Burns
05-07-11, 01:07
ok,

Removed the animated gif as it's rubbish.
Updated the flash so it now has 3 questions. (To see it you may need to empty your cache as flash animations store there)

Phil E:

Fixed image for you

http://www.rugbyrefs.com/flash/lrul_fix.jpg

URL is http://www.rugbyrefs.com/flash/lrul_fix.jpg