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Hi Bernhard, all,

On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 1:22 PM, Bernhard Dippold
<> wrote:
Hi Matt, David, all,

Matt Sturgeon schrieb:

A standard size is 728x90.

It depends on how we want to integrate the banner in our website.

Our header is 88px high and there is 682px width aside the logo.

(The main area is 900px wide, but I'd like the logo to stay).

If we want the banner to be integrated in the existing site, 728x90px is too

The next smaller standard size is 468x60 px.

I just uploaded a screenshot wit an integrated banner in this size (please
ignore the content - it's just a very first idea):

Do you think, such a position and size would fulfill our needs?

I think the size is good, but like David said, it's not eye-catching
enough. I would suggest using the non-green LibO colors. If we want to
be a little annoying but more eye-catching, we could create a number
of such banners in different colors, and then have one randomly
selected each time a new page is loaded (so on one page it might have
blue text, on another it might be purple, etc).

I do like the clean and simple design though, so other than adding
some extra detail to the background, I would suggest we stick with
something similar to what Bernhard has proposed.


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