Category: Advertising

Thursday, 18 March 2010 14:51

Flash Ad Templates

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Our ad serving software has specific requirements for Flash banner ads to serve properly. We've provided this handy tutorial and templates to get you pointed in the right direction.


Step 1: Download appropriate file size

Download the Flash template for the size of the ad you're building from the files below:

(note: Right click on link and choose "save link as")
728x90 300x600 300x250


Step 2: Open the downloaded file in Flash

(note: Screenshots are for the 728x90 Banner size, but steps are the same for all sizes, click images for larger popup)


Step 3: Build your ad below Layer 1

Layer 1 is the Button Layer with the ClickTag actionscript on it, DO NOT modify this layer. Create all new layers for art and motion below this layer.


Step 4: Export Movie and send it in.

Please include destination URL and consider sending in a fallback GIF version of your ad for users that don't support Flash or have ad blocker programs.
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