I must admit I haven’t worked on any banners. I’m just following the logic. Saying that I’ve just read up on DCM’s (Double-click Campaign Manager) “How to prepare HTML5 assets”
Basically in your case it look like you want an “exit” using the button at the end of your animation? *This is an assumption.
In this case you would just add a simple piece of code in the Head HTML:
<script> var clickTag = "YOUR URL"; </script>
then whichever elements you want to use as an exit click you would just create a “New Function…” and call it whatever you want and then place this code inside:
The Enabler way of doing things is for more than one “Tag” and to be honest I’m not entirely confident as to when and why you would use it. As a person who has never created or used banners I would have to say I’m no expert but the logic seems sound.
Edit Having looked at this a bit more at google support, if you use the Enabler script you don’t need to use a “clickTag” URL. It’s simply another way of creating exits and will be ok for DoubleClick. So if you want to create more “Exits” then use the Enabler way in the example.
In Summary, I would use the steps I’ve just outlined. If it doesn’t work then perhaps as suggested above placing this code around the div that is created after export should be the solution.
I hope this helps.