|Description||Two parts format. The first one is a piece of 980×90 pixels and the second one is a piece 980×600 pixels that appears just before the contents of the site are dropped backwards.
In the first impact (frequency one), the second part can automatically expand with a delay of 5 seconds. In the following impacts it will expand by user interaction.
|Sizes||Standar piece: 980×90 pixels
Expandable piece: 980×600 pixels
|Format||html5, redirect (https)|
|Max weight:||Standar piece: 50 Kb
Expandible piece: 150 Kb
|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″>
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:
<img src=”images/dclk.png” border=0>
|Restrictions||The expandable piece must always have the closing tap.
The expandable piece of 980 × 600 px must always have the closing tap.
If the expandable piece contains video, the player must have the play, pause and stop controls.
The expandable piece must be folded with the closing tap, or when the animation ends, it must have a maximum length of 7 seconds.
It requires a fake home page daily updated to make the 3D effect of dropping the content.
In case of HTML:
1) Only parts in native HTML will be accepted (It’s not allowed to use Google Web Designer / Adobe Edge Animated)
2) 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 files.
2) Consumption CPU should not exceed 30% on a core i5 computer.
|Value z-index||Standard piece: 9|