Can we put ads on our site?

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Ryeskernatorr

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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Hi Ryeskernatorr

Yes you can most certainly place ads on your site! There are a number of ways to do this:
1) We have a Google Adsense widget to making adding this effective advertising tool easy for you. Simply open the advertising folder and drag and drop the Adsense widget onto your page. Click on the link in the dialog box to sign up for an Adsense account and get ads for your site by copying and pasting the advertising code Google provides you with.
2)Add a banner image to your site using either the text widget (click "insert image" on the text editing toolbar) or use an image widget. You can then turn your banner ad into an active link using our link editor. For more information on this, see this handy tutorial: http://www.synthasite.com/tutorials/c...
3) Place any other form of advertising on your site as long as you can source the HTML embed code. Integrate this with your SynthaSite page by dragging an HTML widget onto your page and pasting the HTML embed code over the default tags in the HTML dialog box.

Best wishes
Monique
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Thrundar

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I assume it's possible to put a banner image on as well and the link that image with the url you want?
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Yes this is possible. Add your banner by clicking dropping a text widget and then clicking "insert image" on the text editing toolbar. A file manager will open up and you can upload the banner and click "ok". Then highlight the image by clicking on it, and click "insert link" on the text editing toolbar. A link editor will open up that will allow you to create a link to the URL of your choice. To test that the link is working, save and preview your page. Your banner ad will then be an active link.