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  1. I am a freelance banner animator with ~12 years experience in advertising and over two years of HTML5 specific experience. I have used the GSAP for years, ever since TweenNano allowed very small Flash banners to be developed. My updated portfolio is located at mikehopkinsmm.com, and my LinkedIn profile. My rate is $45 per hour.
  2. Obviously I control nothing that DCM uses to insert banner ads, and yes I am bending the DCM vs DCRM rules (video equals Rich Media). The horizontal scroll is really wide, the vertical about 10 pixels. That being said does anyone see anything that jumps out at them. <style type="text/css" style="display: none !important;"> * { margin: 0; padding: 0; } body { overflow-x: hidden; } #wrapper{ position: relative; width: 300px; height:250px; z-index: 1; } #player { top:55px; left:8px; width: 280px; position: absolute; } </style> <sc
  3. Hi Guys, I've been lurking on this forum for a while and have hit finally got to the point where I need to ask some questions. Firstly I'd like to say Hi and I really like what I've seen on this forum, I've been a full stack developer for 16 years but the banner world is fairly new to me (I did help out with some flash banners way back). The situation I'm in is I'm a tech lead, the previous front end dev used to look after the banners and the process was very adhoc. I have a freelancer with no banner experience so I'm trying to hold his hand through the process even though I don't know much m
  4. Hi All - Edit: I plan to hand code everything. This may sound incredibly daft, but I'm in search of master files of code I can modify for ads to upload to DCM. Not the GSAP part, but the rest. I've used GSAP with Flash for years and it's my great, great love affair, but am not very bright when it comes to CSS or JS. The tutorials do an excellent job of giving me enough insight to use GSAP, but the additional code required for DC ads seems to be scattered and elusive. I need to make sure I get that stuff right because I desperately want to get away from the blunt tool they call
  5. Hi I think a project I will be doing soon will require the drawSVG plugin to animate an svg path. I know that this is a benefit of the GSAP membership and the files are downloaded from the member area. What i would like to know is the drawSVG plugin an additional js file that will need to be included in the creative and therefor its file size or is it included in the file size exclusions that GSAP generally benefits from. thanks
  6. I have an ad that was built by another agency as a rich media HTML5 ad and put through Doubleclick studio. We need to get it hosted onto DCM for another use, and our team usually builds our ads in Adobe Edge and uploads to DCM. I need to convert it so that we can upload to DCM. The ad has exits for studio, and I tried replacing the exits and added the DCM clicktag code, but when I upload to DCM, it's not going to the proper URL. It's using the backup ad's URL for all of my clickTags. Does anyone have any experience with this? What am I doing wrong? Here is the exit code that I replaced
  7. Hi has anyone used greensock successfully in in DCM (Doubleclick Campiagn Manager)? It states that they don’t accept assets that use local storage or session storage https://support.google.com/dcm/partner/answer/3145300 Just wondered if that rules out GSAP Thanks