Publish all or several banners

Last Updated: Aug 05, 2016 02:40PM CEST

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    Receiving the banner tags for publishers and affiliates can easily be done through the Publish wizard.

    How to Publish

    1. Click on the Publish button in a banner set and you will be taken to the Publish wizard.


    2. (Optional) If you have any direct integration set up to a network, for example adform, then you may choose to publish there instead. Otherwise choose Get banner tags.


    3. Select which banners you want to publish - all banners in the banner set are selected by default. Use the drop down lists to easily filter the banners you want to publish. You can also preview your banners here by clicking the magnifying class on the right for each banner. Click Select X banners in order to move to the next step.


    Start by selecting the ad, affiliate or content network that you already use, so you can easily sync your data and reports on how your ads are impacting your business. Below the networks you have some settings for the banner tags. Make sure the settings looks good and your banner tags are then ready to use, simply copy them. When changing the settings, the banner tags will immediately also be updated.


    Banner tag settings

    Target URL optional and is not required to be used. The Target URL can be set to a URL(a website address) that you wish that a visitor should be sent to when they click on the banner. It's important to keep in mind that the banners' Target URL will be the Target URL that is specified in each version settings unless it's overridden here in the share settings.

    Target window the settings that let's your browser know how the Target URL should be opened, either in the same tab/window or in a new tab/window.

    ...lets you specify whether the HTML5 or GIF banner should be displayed. The GIF banner is always displayed if the browser of the banner is displayed on a web-browser or device that doesn't support HTML5.

    Optimize loading time (also known as polite loading)
    optimizes the load time for your banners, meaning that the GIF will be displayed whilst the HTML5 banner is being loaded which reduces the time it takes for your banner to be shown.

    Responsive sizing
    ...makes your banners responsive. This means that they will adjust in size accordingly to how the webpage it's placed on looks, this is especially useful if you know that there will be a lot of mobile visitors
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