Display Banners

Traditional display banner advertising is a successful way to brand your company and product and provides vendors instant-gratification results.

We limit the number of banner ad locations on the Linux Journal web site to ensure optimal results for advertisers.

Banner ad sizes available include:

Type of ad Dimensions Max file size File formats
Leaderboard 728 x 90 pixels 30k PNG, JPG, GIF or Flash
Large Rectangle 336 x 280 pixels 30k PNG, JPG, GIF or Flash
Banner Ad Animation
Leaderboard 3 loops max, 30 second max for initial movie, 12 - 15 fps max
Large Rectangle 3 loops max, 30 second max for initial movie, 12 - 15 fps max
Special notes: User interaction with an ad must always be user-initiated: audio and video can be activated only by a user click (not mouse-over), and once activated, an "off" option must be provided.
File format Submission Deadline
PNG, JPG or GIF 3 business days prior to campaign launch
Rich Media 5 business days prior to campaign launch (in addition a PNG, JPG or GIF must be provided to be served as default for non-Flash users)
Special Notes: If the submitted creative does not conform to specifications, it will not go on-line and may result in a delayed launch date. Send creative here.

When submitting creatives, please note: Although advertisers are free to design their ads to achieve best site visibility, LinuxJournal.com reserves the right to refuse any advertising that is deemed unacceptable: two examples would be pop-ups or pop-unders. In addition, advertising served by third-party agencies using cookie technology is not encouraged at LinuxJournal.com for privacy policy reasons and because of accepted practices in the Linux community. For questions, please contact your advertising representative.

Contact your sales rep today for pricing, timelines and booking information. +1-713-344-1956 ext. 2.

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