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March 2, 2006, 7:26 pm
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Dig deep into the appropriate PHP file/s and place the <img> (or whatever
code suits you) where you require it to show up. It is as simply as that in
Gallery, as well as PHP-Nuke which incorporates Coppermine. I don't know if
you have a user-friendly front-end to banner placement in Coppermine, but it
does exist in PHP-Nuke. Make it a feature request in the forum perhaps.
Hope it helps,
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