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1. A top-centered graphic on a web page. Esp. used in banner ad.

2. On interactive software, a first screen containing a logo and/or author credits and/or a copyright notice. Similar to splash screen.

3. The title page added to printouts by most print spoolers (see spool). Typically includes user or account ID information in very large character-graphics capitals. Also called a burst page, because it indicates where to burst (tear apart) fanfold paper to separate one user's printout from the next.

4. A similar printout generated (typically on multiple pages of fan-fold paper) from user-specified text, e.g., by a program such as Unix's banner({1,6)}.