How to use the Rising Stars Billboard template with flash creatives

1. In your campaign under 'Creatives' click 'Edit'.

2. Under 'add creative' click the '+' next to 'Add using serverside template' to expand.

3. Choose [billboard_flash].

4. Tick the "global creative master" box if this is going to be your global creative master.

5. Put your order number in the box "order number" if you are using (if not just skip this step) "Sequential delivery" or "Serve first valid creative" as delivery rules for the creatives on your campaign, you can determine the order in which the creatives are delivered. Lower numbers are sorted before higher so don’t forget to do this for all campaigns of the campaign.

6. Add your flash file by either entering the URL or uploading a .swf file and enter the name of your creative.

7. Upload your backup image to be shown in browsers not supporting flash or choose a default 1×1 pixel image if you don’t have a picture to upload.

8. Specify the clickTAG names and values to use with the Flash file for this creative.

9. Enter what should be written as a "Show ad" and "Close ad" description along with the CSS styling. Leave blank for default text. Default text is: "Show Ad" and "Close Ad".

10. Use icon for show/close buttons. Choose "yes" if you want an open/close button next to your open/close text.

11. If you want to determine in what order your banner is placed in the stack enter z-index for the billboard banner. Default value is 95.

12.In the "wmode" dropdown choose how you want the browser to render the Flash banner. a) "Opaque" (default): hides everything that is behind the Flash banner on the web page where it is displayed. b) “Transparent”: shows the background of the web page through all transparent portions of the Flash banner. c) "Window": plays the movie in its own rectangular window on the web page and is usually the fastest way to render a Flash banner.

13. In "allowScriptAccess" you can control how the Flash banner is allowed to communicate with the web page where it is displayed. a) Always: the Flash banner can communicate with the web page even when the file is served from a different domain. b) Same Domain: the Flash banner can only communicate with the web page if the file is served from the same domain as the web page. c) Never: the Flash file cannot communicate with the web page at all.

14. Finally click 'Commit'.

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