Banners are usually found on important pages, such as home pages, and are placed just below the header. They are often combined with a company's main marketing message or an important website feature. Web design has relied heavily on banners and there is little evidence that they improve site performance or user experience.

Meanings of Banners

  1. Flag or banner used by a military leader, monarch or nation.

  2. (by extension) A military unit that carries that flag or standard.

  3. (by extension) A military or administrative unit.

  4. Any large shield, especially one made of cloth or soft material.

  5. Large piece of cloth with a slogan, motto or emblem, worn prominently or displayed at a rally or other procession.

  6. (extended) Reason or purpose, campaign or movement.

  7. The name of the newspaper printed on the first page of the nameplate column.

  8. A form of advertising on a website or on television, usually in the form of images or animations above or next to the content.

  9. The knight's main banner.

  10. A kind of administrative division in Inner Mongolia, China (hoshuu/旗) and Tuva (kozhuun) implemented during the Qing dynasty. At the time, Outer Mongolia and part of Xinjiang were similarly divided.

  11. Decorate with a banner.

  12. Appears as banner title.

  13. The one who forbids something.

Sentences of Banners

  1. The mayor placed a banner on Main Street to commemorate the city's centennial.

  2. They usually argue under the banner of protecting the environment.