Advertisements are everywhere these days. On most commercial Internet websites, you will find some form of advertising either as banners running along the height or width of the page or as pop up windows grabbing attention whenever a page loads.
Popular sites will probably have multiple advertisers requesting to put up their advertisements online. When the competition gets hot, a process must be devised to determine whose ads appear first, how the ads should be ordered and when they should be published or taken offline.
The good news is: ASP.NET 2.0 ships with an Ad Rotator control. In this tip, we will take a look at how the Ad Rotator can be integrated with MCMS resource gallery items. Using the MCMS built-in Resource Manager, users may add new images or replace existing one without worrying about broken hyperlinks. And when the image is deleted from the gallery, it is immediately taken offline.
While the Ad Rotator isn't a new control and has been around...