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My question is Domain on iPage, host on siteground? Hoping for any comment. Second question.. I have a lot of unused real estate right under copyright on bottom of page. What do you guys use it for and how?..

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Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..

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OK, what do(can) you put in the banner? Looking for some example ideas...

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Just to clarify, my banners are advertisements. I use it to advertise certain products that I have in stock. I also have a general banner animation that showcases the store. If I have an underselling item, I usually create a quick gif that promotes this item...

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Can you make OSC use one of the store products as a banner on special or something?..

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Yes, you can do that. But I don't think it is included in the basic OSC. You would need to install the Banner Manager contribution I believe. Search for it in the Contributions secion...

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Tep, I'm totally clueless, since I've never done any iPage website development. What program do you use to create an HTML, and where would I find a "contributions" section to download from?..

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Yes using a product for a banner is actually quite simple. Add the link to the product in the banner category and then run the linkback to that product......

This is also a good way to show specials.....

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This would only show a picture. How do you Add text like SPECIA OF THE WEEK or discounted price?..

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I have a lot of unused real estate right under copyright on bottom of page. What do you guys use it for and how?..

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I use it to place banners. You can do this by either using a banner contribution or manually inserting one yourself (html) in the footer.php file within the includes directory..

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Tep.

: 06 March 2004, 22:00..

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This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.