Pagepeel, or the "magic corner" type banners were invented by Visualsteel.

They create a new banner area for websites without effecting the current banner areas and easy to implement. On the other hand, pagepeel banners have a relatively high "click per view ratio".

Pageear Pagepeel Banner

Including Pageear to the websites requires the steps below:

- Download Pageear files.
- Unzip the filed in a folder.
- Create to images with sizes 100×100 and 500×500. 100×100 sized image is the one which will be shown when Pageear is closed and 500×500 will be shown when user mouse overs the Pageear banner. You can pageear_b.jpg ve pageear_s.jpg files as an example. BTW, .GIF and .PNG are not supported.
- Open the Pageear.js file wit a text editor and update the paths to the .JPG and .SWF files depending on your setup.
- Include Pageear.js and AC_OETags.js in to the webpages where Pageear banner will be displayed (example below).
- Place the writeObjects() javascript function under your body tag.
- That’s all.

Pageear can also be implemented easily with the ready to use WordPress plugin, Joomla module or Typo3 extension (download links below).

Html Code Example

<html>
<head>
<title></title>
<script src= " /path_on_your_server/AC_OETags.js " mce_src= " /path_on_your_server/AC_OETags.js " language= " Javascript " ></script>
<script src= " /path_on_your_server/pageear.js " mce_src= " /path_on_your_server/pageear.js " type= " text/Javascript " ></script>
</head>
<body>
<! – Beginning of contents – >
Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum Lorem ipsum
<! – End of contents->

<script type= " text/Javascript " >
writeObjects ();
</script>

</body>
</html>

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