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Magic Banners: Slideshow

Magic Banners: Slideshow

HTML5 Slideshow Banner Creating a HTML5 slideshow sounds like it would be difficult right? Well, it could be if you started coding from scratch. What if I told you that it can be done by simply uploading a few images and choosing a few ready-made effects? Would you really believe it could be done without writing a single line of ...

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HTML5 Banners

HTML5 Banners

Introducing HTML5 Banners You may already be running HTML5 banners with AdvertServe, perhaps without even realizing it. Many advertisers use a third-party ad server, which means the HTML5 files are hosted on their ad server. Your advertiser simply sends you a third-party tag just as they did with Flash banners in the past, so from your perspective nothing has changed. ...

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Magic Banners: Templates

Magic Banners: Templates

Introducing Magic Banners Unless you have been living under a rock you should know that HTML5 is all the rage these days and rightfully so. Flash had a great run, but it is on the way out. Larger advertisers have already made the switch to HTML5, but for smaller advertisers that are not working with a design agency the change ...

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Goodbye Flash!

Goodbye Flash!

What's Happening? Google has teamed up with Adobe to reduce Flash use in Chrome. What they have developed together is a way to pause Flash content that is not essential to the page. That unfortunately includes, but is not limited to all forms of advertising. How It Works If you download and try the beta version of Chrome you will ...

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HTML5 Banners with BannerFlow

HTML5 Banners with BannerFlow

The HTML5 Headache Developing banners with Flash was easy. Part of the reason for that was that Adobe makes great software that enables designers and developers to build complex animations with relative ease. Then HTML5 showed up to change the game, but it has barely caught on. Why you might ask? Well, the answer is simple: lack of tooling. BannerFlow ...

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