Description Standard format that appears at the top of the site. It can appear above the header or below depending on the site.
In case the Billboard launches Skys, do not confuse it with Wallpapper format.
Only available for desktop, possibility to serve “Sticky” format that appears fixed at the bottom of the page on the content with possibility of closure by the user.
Sizes 980×250 pixels for standard top billboard and in the case of Sticky (desktop only) optional to serve in size 980×180 or 980×250 (this size only with authorization).
Format gif, jpg, html, redirect (https)
Max weight Image: 50 Kb
Html: 100 kb
Video: 2 Mb (autoplay enabled) y 4 Mb (autoplay disabled)
Audio/Video The player should display the play, pause, stop and volume controls.
The player should start mute and should not be in an infinite loop, but you can add a replay button.
The player can start autoplay as long as the video / audio does not exceed 2Mb.
ClickTag Here’s an example of a click tag inserted in an HTML document:

<meta name=”ad.size” content=”width=300,height=250″>
<script type=”text/javascript”>
var clickTag = “http://www.google.com”; </script>
[The rest of your creative code goes here.] </html>

Your creative must use the click tag variable as the click-through URL:

<a href=”javascript:window.open(window.clickTag)”>
<img src=”images/dclk.png” border=0>
Restrictions In case of HTML:
Only parts in native HTML will be accepted (It’s not allowed to use Google Web Designer / Adobe Edge Animated).
The upload of external resources (images, CSS and JS) will be through absolute URL. In an exceptional case of coming with relative url, maximum of 10 requests.
Consumption CPU should not exceed 30% on a core i5 computer.
The initial load, under normal network conditions (wifi or 4G), should not exceed 100 Kbs.
z-index Value z-index = 9
Demo Billboard Sticky