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Uploading Adobe Animate HTML & JS to google ads - ads won't animate?

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Hello,


 


I'm uploading my published Adobe Animate creative to Google Adwords, I've never done this before.


 


I have in my zip file the image, the javascript, and the HTML so everything should be good to go. However when I upload and preview it, it doesn't animate. It's just the static background image. Am I doing something incorrectly with my code? Should I be doing something different with my publishing settings in Animate? Has anyone else encountered this when trying to put an animated ad onto Adwords?


 


Thanks in advance for your help.


 


 

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I think I've read you need to include the CreateJS library with the package, not use externally-hosted JS file (ie. not from a CDN, but local file).

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Thank you all, this has been helpful. It's animating now but the background image still won't show up even when I've referenced it in the head as a script. Any tips there? Does it need to be referenced as a different tag?

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Thank you all, this has been helpful. It's animating now but the background image still won't show up even when I've referenced it in the head as a script. Any tips there? Does it need to be referenced as a different tag?

It would be helpful if you shared your files; it's difficult to troubleshoot blindly.

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Figured it out. It was a directory issue with the image assets when I was rendering out the file from Animate. Thanks all!

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