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    really sorry for my EFL-grammar,
    i am devi, from Indonesia (Asia). can u help me, i don't know how to make small sized ad-banner. i have tried made it, but the size is 200 kb or more and i found in the other web-site, their ad-banner file size is very small (10 kb or less)
    i really confused with this, should i use gift compressor or what. now, i used *.swf for the banner but...i can give it any link.
    somebody help me, please?

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    Button: 88 pixel X 31 pixel
    Banner: 468 pixel X 60 pixel

    You need to save it in your graphic program as a GIF or JPG file. If you want to have it animated you need to save each frame of the animation as a different file and than include all together in a GIF animator program.

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    CJ is right, and I also recommend using http://webservices.adobe.com/optimize/main.html to optimize the size of your images.

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    Hello,

    Well my suggestion is preety expensive - it is called Adobe Image Ready 5.5 . It is the best program for this kind of design. You create your picture and "Save Optimised as" and.. whooola ..

    Best Wishes,
    Kanazir Predrag
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    Originally posted by Kanazir P.
    Hello,

    Well my suggestion is preety expensive - it is called Adobe Image Ready 5.5 . It is the best program for this kind of design. You create your picture and "Save Optimised as" and.. whooola ..

    Best Wishes,
    Yeah, that's what I use, Adobe ImageReady. It comes pre packaged with Adobe Photoshop 5.5 and 6. BUT, for this small problem any GIF program would work. There are lots of free ones as well at http://www.download.com - just do a search.


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