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How to Add an Adult Duck Banner
El Cid at 10:01AM, Nov. 26, 2011
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Never added a banner to your site before? It's easy. In fact, you probabl;y could have figured it out without reading this thread but since you're here, I might as well walk you through the process:
First of all, before any of this happens, you should have received your banner in the mail, along with the site url. You should save the banner to your hard drive somewhere. Once that's been done, you can proceed to the following steps:
Step 1:  Access your user control panel.

Step 2:  Select the comic you'll be adding a banner to.

Step 3:  Select the Links tab at the top of the control panel.

Step 4:  Create your banner. Give it a title (any title will do), and input the comic's site url, which should have been given to you. Be sure to use the full url. VERY IMPORTANT: Select the link type as Other. It defaults to Header, which is absolutely NOT what you want! Last, load the image, which you should have saved on your hard drive.

Step 5:  A banner preview should now appear. If you somehow screwed up, you can delete it and do it over again. Also, you should delete the previous week's banner, if there is one.

Step 6:  Aaaand that's it! You're done! Next time you visit your page, there should be a link to some lucky person's comic there, and somebody else is linking to you!
last edited on Nov. 26, 2011 10:06AM
SquallLion at 5:03AM, Dec. 3, 2011
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joined: 11-5-2010
excellent tutorial. really.

instead of ‘other comic’, ‘misc’ may be used.
last edited on Dec. 3, 2011 5:06AM
El Cid at 7:54AM, Dec. 3, 2011
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Yeah, anything except “Header!” LoL! That'll produce some interesting results!
arteestx at 9:40AM, Dec. 12, 2011
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BTW, I had the hardest time getting this to work even though I was following the directions to the letter. But with some trial and error, I found that if my url had a “slash” at the end, then nothing would work. So if anyone else is having any trouble (although maybe it's just me!), try removing the slash at the end of the url.

Xolta is not intended for anyone under 18 years old.
El Cid at 6:26PM, Dec. 12, 2011
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Hmm, haven't ever noticed that one before.
About the banners in your footer though: If you want those to work right, remove the “http” part in the url so it's just “www dot drunkduck slash xolta.”

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