Hi Daniel. Thanks for coming back to me. I have no adblockers running. I have made some small amount of progress since posting though, although I’m still a way off. I discovered that the use of folders for masking seems to be causing issues. If you remove the masks, the banner is visible in the preview window on DoubleClick.
I’ve attached the .hype file I’ve been experimenting with here. There are two banners in there, one with masks (that doesn’t work) and one without (that does). You’ll see I’ve also attempted to add ClickTag functionality into the header, unsuccessfully. That’s all new to us, as we used to use a drag and drop interface via Adform to implement ClickTags. I’m not sure if this necessary when using the DoubleClick export script or not.
Finally, I was wondering about the HYPE-584.thin.min.js file. Our clients impose very strict file size limitations upon us of 100kb. As you can imagine, that makes life difficult. Previously we hosted the file on a CDN so it didn’t have to be included with the export, which worked fine. However, when I try and do the same and then import the banner into DoubleClick it doesn’t seem to work and I don’t see anything in the preview window. If I bundle the file in with everything else, it works. Is it necessary to package HYPE-584.thin.min.js in with the export for it to work with DoubleClick?
Thanks alot for your time.
DoubleClick_Experiments.zip (214.8 KB)