listen to the pronunciation of banner
Englisch - Türkisch

Tom odaya girdiğinde Doğum Günün kutlu olsun diyen büyük bir pankart gördü. - When Tom entered the room, he saw a large banner that said Happy Birthday, Tom.

Duvarda doğum günün kutlu olsun diyen bir pankart vardı. - There was a banner on the wall that said Happy Birthday.

{i} afiş
{i} sembol

Sokak bayraklarla süslenmiş. - The street is decorated with banners.

çok iyi
(Bilgisayar) ana başlık
(Bilgisayar) kapsayfası
(Tekstil) filama
İnternet sitelerinde manşetten reklam veya ilan
büyük başlık
{i} gazet. manşet
{i} bayrak, sancak, alem
Manşet / Büyük başlık
(Bilgisayar) kapak sayfası
banner bar
(Bilgisayar) başlık çubuğu
banner text
(Bilgisayar) ana başlık metni
banner wizard
(Bilgisayar) büyük başlık sihirbazı
banner class
birinci sınıf
banner cloud
bayrak bulut
banner headline
büyük puntolu manşet
banner ad
banner reklam
banner ads
banner reklamlar
banner day
iyi bir gün
banner day
iyi haberlerin alındığı bir gün
banner grabbing
Bayrak kapmaca
banner of
banner of truce
Müzakere Bayrağı, ateşkes bayrağı
banner of truce
Beyaz bayrak
banner cloth
(Tekstil) afiş kumaşı
banner cloth
(Tekstil) filama kumaşı
banner cloth
(Tekstil) bayrak kumaşı
custom banner
(Bilgisayar) özel büyük başlık
banner of
red banner
Al bayrak
blank banner
(Bilgisayar) boş büyük başlık
caution banner
(Bilgisayar) dikkat büyük başlığı
cloth banner
bez afiş
cloth banner
bez pankart
discount banner
indirim büyük başlığı
letter banner
(Bilgisayar) letter başlık
logon banner
(Bilgisayar) oturum açma ekranı
logon banner
(Bilgisayar) oturum açma sayfası
pageant banner
(Bilgisayar) gösteri büyük başlığı
star spangled banner
amerikan bayrağı
star spangled banner
amerikan milli marşı
unfurl a banner
pankart açmak
Englisch - Englisch
By extension, a cause or purpose; a campaign or movement

They usually make their case under the banner of environmentalism.

Any large sign, especially if constructed of soft material or fabric

The mayor hung a banner across Main Street to commemorate the town's 100th anniversary.

Exceptional; very good

It is a banner achievement for an athlete to run a mile in under four minutes.

A large piece of silk or other cloth, with a device or motto, extended on a crosspiece, and borne in a procession, or suspended in some conspicuous place
A person etc. who bans something
A type of advertisement in a web page or on television, usually taking the form of a graphic or animation above or alongside the content. Contrast popup, interstitial
The principal standard of a knight
The title of a newspaper as printed on its front page; the nameplate; masthead
A flag or standard used by a military commander, monarch or nation
{n} a flag, military standard, streamer
Any flag or standard; as, the star-spangled banner
a newspaper headline that runs across the full page
A component of a Web page containing an advertisement that is usually an inch or less tall and spans the width of the Web page The banner contains a link to the advertiser's own Web site
long strip of cloth for decoration or advertising
A kind of flag attached to a spear or pike by a crosspiece, and used by a chief as his standard in battle
A heading or title that extends the width of a page; any large heading or title; the page that separates one data processing printout from the next
A graphic image, usually 469 by 60 pixels displaying an ad with a clickable link
A logotype or title bar, usually appearing at the top of a home page, is sometimes called a banner But more often the term refers to a horizontal bar shaped advertisement hosted on any web page
{s} excellent, outstanding; of or pertaining to headlines, leading
An advert on a web site, usually displayed at the top or bottom of a web page Can be static, animated or interactive - transporting the user to the advertiser's web site when clicked
A graphic image, usually created as a page header (at the top or head of the page) for a website or as an ad when advertising your website on another
A graphic displayed at the top of a page, usually containing the title of the department or institution University Pages are required to have the official WPI banner at the top, while Department Pages are not (but it is highly recommended)
An online advertising graphic Usually located at the top of a web page
A banner is a long strip of cloth with something written on it. Banners are usually attached to two poles and carried during a protest or rally. a large crowd of students carrying banners denouncing the government
A hyperlinked ("clickable") advertising graphic image The common ad format encountered on web-sites
a graphic that appears as a border (usually 468w x 60h pixels)at the top or bottom of a webpage Up tilnow it has been the most common way to advertise or promote productsand services on the Internet Banners areusually designed to entice users to click on them to link to theadvertiser's website
An interactive ad placed on a webpage that is linked to an external advertiser's website or another internal page within the same website
A graphic element, usually horizontal, on a Web page, used to title the page, head a new section, present a company's or advertiser's message, or provide a link to another page
{i} flag; poster; large headline; (Internet) advertisement on a web page which is usually in the form of an animated graphic
A (generally) rectangular, graphic (usually paid) advertisement displayed on a Web page Interested viewers click on the banners and are linked directly to the advertiser's Website
unusually good; outstanding; "a banner year for the company"
Banners are the 468-by-60 pixels ad space on commercial Web sites that are usually "hot-linked" to the advertiser's site
An image file that displays an online advertisement, typically sized for placement at the top or bottom of a Web page and linked to the advertiser's website
An interactive online advertisement in the form of a graphic image that typically runs across the top or bottom of a webpage, or is positioned in a margin or other space reserved for ads Banner ads are historically GIF images Many ads are animated GIFs since animation has been shown to be more effective The standard banner is 468 pixels wide by 60 pixels high The standard banner is still the mainstay of online advertising, but is quickly giving up ground to newer, potentially more effective forms of online advertising, such as email and interstitials See Creative
A print media term for a headline for a story of unusual importance, stretching the entire width of the page
An advertising image Usually located at the top of a web page
The usual style of online advertisement Normally 460x60 pixels, banners usually sit at the top of a page
An advertisement in form of banner design inside a graphics frame, usually at the header or the footer of the Web page
long strip of cloth for decoration or advertising unusually good; outstanding; "a banner year for the company
A form of advertising widely used on the Internet Banners are like small billboards and can be almost any size, they are often seen at the top of commercial Websites You can use SFI banners to build your SFI business with
If someone does something under the banner of a particular cause, idea, or belief, they do it saying that they support that cause, idea, or belief. Russia was the first country to forge a new economic system under the banner of Marxism
Banners are the 468-by-60-millimeter ad space atop commercial Web sites that are usually "hotlinked" to the advertiser's site
An ad on a Web page that is usually "hot-linked" to the advertiser's site
The primary headline usually spanning the entire width of a page
banner ad
An advertisement which extends horizontally across a web-page
banner ad
An advertisement on a banner
banner blindness
Desensitization to common means of attracting attention
banner cloud
a small, triangular cloud, extending downwind from the peak of a mountain as if a flag, or banner
banner clouds
plural form of banner cloud
banner roll
A small square flag containing a single escutcheon of the deceased
banner day
a noteworthy day with good news
banner day
a great day
banner grabbing
(Bilgisayar) In the context of Computer Networking, Banner Grabbing is an enumeration technique used to glean information about computer systems on a network and the services running its open ports. Administrators can use this to take inventory of the systems and services on their network. An intruder however can use banner grabbing in order to find network hosts that are running versions of applications and operating systems with known exploits
Banner system
Military organization used by the Manchu tribes of Manchuria (now northeastern China) to conquer and control China in the 17th century. The system was developed by the Manchu leader Nurhachi, who in 1601 organized his warriors into four companies, each known for its banner of a distinguishing colour. More Banners (as the companies were known) were soon established, and, as the Manchus began to conquer their Chinese and Mongol neighbours, they organized their captives into similar companies. With these troops the Manchus conquered China and established the Qing dynasty in 1644. Over time, the Banners' fighting qualities deteriorated, until by the end of the 19th century the system had become largely ineffective
banner ad
elongated rectangular-shaped advertisement on a web page that is sometimes in the form of an animated graphic and usually has a link to the advertiser's site (Internet)
banner ad
an advertisement that appears across the top of a page on the Internet .advertising
banner farm
{i} (Internet) website that includes banners usually in the form of an animated graphic
banner headline
A banner headline is a large headline in a newspaper that stretches across the front page. Today's front page of The Sun carries a banner headline `The adulterer, the bungler and the joker.'. words printed in very large letters across the top of the first page of a newspaper
banner year
a year which is good because something is successful
Star-Spangled Banner
A nickname for the national flag of the United States of America
Star-Spangled Banner
The national anthem of the United States of America
ad banner
An advertisement that stretches across (most often the top of) a web site
Attributive form of ad banner

ad-banner clicks.

red banner
Red flag
A banner
Star-Spangled Banner
flag of the United States of America; national anthem of the United States of America (composed by Francis Scott Key)
acted under the banner of
did something in the name of a certain principle
– Advertisements on a Web page that link to an advertiser's site They are the most common unit of advertising on the Web
A web site advertising tool consists of a small graphical line of material usually moving across the web page Because of motion, color and placement it is usually viewed as being separate from the rest of web page Banners are often used as independent advertising between web sites and e-business offerings
online advertising messages akin to billboards
Hyperlink Promotion
plural of banner
Banners advertisements are large graphics linked to a sponsors URL (duh) Banners usually consume vast amounts of valuable web design space If they come with a counter or tracker, then they a major design embarassment In my opinion, almost no amount of statistics could mitigate the design sacrifice of a banner Avoid at all costs
An advertisement taking the form of banner artwork within a graphics box or frame, usually at the head or foot of a Web page
A small advertisement placed on websites - usually at the top of the page By clicking on the banner you can go through to the advertisers website
have become ubiquitous as a form of advertising on the Web These are usually narrow graphics, sometimes logos, sometimes signboards, about 3cm high and 10cm long They are designed to fit on even a small laptop screen, and are often used to mark a place where the reader can click to get more information It is also possible to create animated banners which behave much like a short cartoon
an online ad designed specifically to accompany websites
Banners are the basic unit of advertising on the web They were pioneered by GNN and HotWired back in the frontier days of 1994 and are now nearly ubiquitous, appearing in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and locations
snow banner
A bannerlike stream of snow blown into the air from a mountain peak, often having a pinkish color and extending horizontally for several miles across the sky
star-spangled banner
American flag: the national flage of the United States of America
the star-spangled banner
a poem written by Francis Scott Key during the War of 1812 was set to music and adopted by Congress in 1931 as the national anthem of the United States