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Flash item on your website www.techrepublic.com 4/7/09

By rhonda.albrecht ·
Hi
I saw a cool flash feature on your site yesterday that I haven't seem before - its gone today. When I the site opened on your home page, the home page moved down to make room for a flash banner (large size) at the top. I believe it was a promotion for a movie but I was interrupted and couldn't get back today and it was gone. We are always looking for ways to promote events and new products and thought this was a really cool way. Can you help with finding that again so I can show it to my web team?

Thanks a lot,
Rhonda

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I've reported this post as Spam so that

by OH Smeg In reply to Flash item on your websit ...

The Site Moderator will see and be able to pass your request along with your details to the appropriate person.

That should be the fastest way to get a response.

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by tcavadias Staff In reply to Flash item on your websit ...

from the team who handles them ads what was used to make that ad go from large to small.

-Tammy [_]3

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