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somnamblst

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  1. This is the CSS. I don't know anything about how resolution effects CSS. #scrollpane{ display:block; width:200px; position: absolute; top: 20px; left:40px; z-index:100; color:#ffffff; text-align: center; } ::-webkit-scrollbar { -webkit-appearance: none; width: 7px; } ::-webkit-scrollbar-thumb { border-radius: 4px; background-color: rgba(255,255,255, .5); box-shadow: 0 0 1px rgba(255, 255, 255, .5); } .example { display: inline-block; }
  2. I am not. The size of the canvas animation is correct for that resolution. But the added HTML scroll pane that uses z-index is displaying as if it is resolution agnostic. I realize using z-index puts the scroll pane above since it needs to react to mouse events.
  3. No. Just that the banner people are pretty savvy. And some use Animate.
  4. I guess the mismatch is that the scrolling panel is not scaling for the display, and the Canvas part of the document is. The LG Ultra 27MU88 monitor is not new. The MacBook is. At home on a 27" Dell, same new MacBook, and everything is fine. Get to work and between the new laptop and LG monitor my animation is dwarfed by the z-indexed scroll pane.
  5. You can place video underneath graphic elements using z-index. Think of it as supplying a window for which you can view the lower z-index div that contains the video through.
  6. I slowed down the snow and added a semi transparent layer above so that the snow did not distract too much from the message of the banners since the headline was also white.
  7. I settled on CSS snow this year. https://codepen.io/keithclark/details/yBcsr
  8. My bad. I think it is called Celtra. Will know more next week.
  9. Has anyone used Centro for massive versioning of banners? That is where we are heading.
  10. GDN also known as AdWords has its own validator. https://h5validator.appspot.com/adwords/asset
  11. I think this is the GDN specific validator. https://h5validator.appspot.com/adwords
  12. It was a bit over a year ago, but I did some banners freelance that were for GDN, using Animate (no GSAP) and it was a major PITA. Your issue is GDN. They have much stricter rules. The banners I do for day job go to DCM, not GDN, so I was flummoxed initially. If memory serves the Animate file had to include the JS in the published HTML. It took 2 or 3 tries to get past the initial rejections. Looking back at my final email to the person who contracted me for the banners, I wrote this:
  13. I have found the validator to be very slow at times, and have seen it arbitrarily fail to load a single image that was like 2k, while loading the rest. The validator is not an indication of how an ad unit will perform.
  14. I actually did not want the falling snow, and subtly blinking colored xmas lights to ever stop. I did it. And they were not rejected.
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