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Expandable banners with Animate CC GSAP

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Hi, I wonder if anyone knows how to build expandable  banners for any platform not only DoubleClick.

 

Thanks for help.

 

Rodrigo

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Each vendor has their own API, so knowing which vendor will serve the ad is important. 

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Sure mostly for clicktags, I just wonder how you connect the animate files, collapsed and expanded. How to animate the transition with GSAP.

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Actually the vendor API handles both tracking and expansion/contraction, because tracking metrics include user initiated expansion. You have no choice but to build for the vendor who is going to serve and provide tracking for the rich media banners.

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As Somnamblst said it is very vendor specific, some vendors needs 2 banner files for expandables so for them usually you won't be able to control the animation, they maybe give you some options when uploading and configuring the ad.

 

Others like to have it all in 1 with different divs so there you could just animate the divs with gsap but you'll need to implement some API functions for the metrics...

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yep.. i used to be able to supply 2 separate files and they did the connections. Now, it's one file, but I can't seem to get the vendor to send me a file so that I can continue to do the production. I need to know how to do it all in one file.

 

Typically I use Animate, but I can't do it in that program. I'd like to take a shot at doing it with greensock. 

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Which vendor? Many do have  templates.

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