How to Create a Free Clickable Banner


The first aspect of a website that catches visitors' eyes is the banner at the top of the page. By making the banner clickable, it allows fluid navigation for site visitors which, in turn, makes a site more appealing to visit. Creating a free clickable banner is not nearly as complicated as it might seem. In merely a few easy steps and a matter of minutes, a website can have its own personalized free clickable banner up and running.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer drawing program (e.g., Photoshop, Microsoft Paint)
  • Image hosting site account (e.g., Photobucket)

Create a Free Banner

  • Open up a computer drawing program and set the dimensions to the desired banner size. A typical leader text banner has dimensions of 728 x 90 IMU. In order to create the most crisp banner image possible, double the dimensions to 1456 x 180 IMU when creating the banner.

  • Add a background color using the "fill" option, if desired.

  • Select a bold, simple font in a color that stands out against the background color. Utilize as much of the free clickable banner as possible, ensuring that the font is centered and aesthetically pleasing.

  • Adjust the placement of words as needed using the free-form select tool. Refill background color as needed after adjustments are made.

  • Save the text banner as a .jpg or .gif image.

Upload the Free Clickable Banner to the Site

Tips & Warnings

  • Pay close attention to the visual appeal of the text banner
  • Choose a font color that contrasts from the background, but is still pleasing to the eye
  • Avoid copyrighted slogans and images.

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