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Set up a web-to-app banner: incrementally
Campaigners will find portable applications, desktops and the often ignored, potentially wealthy goldmine of advertising property, the portable web. Developing portable applications, I can see why this area is overlooked: it's like a desktops with a poor usability and limited computing performance. Yet Portable Web is the enabler because it is a cost-effective and comfortable way to turn high-quality web surfers into motivated and loyal application surfers.
It' s easy to just put the banner on your website, even for those who are not too comfortable with web layout. Although the depth linkage schema is not absolutely necessary, it is strongly advised. In order to build a deeper link schema and apply your banner's advanced deeper link features, please see our guidelines.
As soon as your we have your OwnLink set up, you can get the OwnLink ID on the Home page of the OwnLink configuration and the newly generated (one) link that you will need later. Please click here to get the preconfigured banner number. Now open the zipped archive and take everything but it: Make a new banner named js (this contains) the banner enable key that we will be configuring in stage 3.
Place these banners. Place yourjs js in your ( iavascript ) folders in your root location. Therefore I create a web-to-app banner for an application named 'WingBoard'. To create this banner I have set up my banner preferences as follows: Here is the source I used to create my "Windboard" web-to-app banner.
Be sure to adjust all emphasized parameter to your own label and don't miss to include the OneLink ID and depth links we captured previously in the route setting! Var banner = new AFBanner(); title: "Banner_pid," campaign: "Banner_c," ad: "Banner_ad," ad_id: "banner_ad_id", site_id: "banner_site_id", sub1: "<font color="#ffff00">Banner Sub 1 <font color="#ffff00">onelink id <font color="#ffff00"> init ("my banner", settings); Do not note how I changed the media_source to banner_pid in the attribute state.
To activate the banner in your application, please append the following banner to your file: Lastly, insert this line of HTML into your web page: Meanwhile you should be ready to see your banner on your web site, but...WAIT! Just one moment before sending an e-mail to your staff about the most prolific date of the month, you should not miss a single crucial stage - banner test. Compulsory parameter (in stage 3) have been specified.
You can see the banner on the right side, the platform you want? Try it with IOS, Android and Desktop. Banners and the banner in the OneLink configuration lead to a faulty one!