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BannerBoo Export files examples

Many different exports can be exported from BannerBoo. You can find examples below, download them and check them to see if they suit your needs. PNG (https://bannerboo.com/upload/banners/bannerboo_samples/300x250__PNG.png) (https://bannerboo.com/upload/banners/bannerboo_samples/300x250__PNG.png) JPEG (https://bannerboo.com/upload/banners/bannerboo_samples/300x250__JPEG.jpeg) (https://bannerboo.com/upload/banners/bannerboo_samples/300x250__JPEG.jpeg) GIF (https://bannerboo.com/upload/...

How To Download Your Ads From Bannerboo

For easy use and access, there are different ways to download your ads from BannerBoo. Downloading Directly from Editor The publish button at the top right corner of the screen allows you to download into different formats (PNG, JPEG, GIF, MP4, HTML5, AMP HTML). Note that, you have to save your banner before downloading or exporting. Downloading HTML5 or AMP HTML ads in ZIP archive individually from a Folder After opening your folder in “My workspace”, hover the mouse over the bann...

How to export your banner to GIF

There are 2 options for GIF export in BannerBoo — "Frame by Frame GIF" and "Smooth GIF" Frame by Frame, or Classical GIF A classical GIF can be used for advertising networks like Google Ads. Here are the requirements for GIF ads: - 150kb or smaller - Animation length must be 30 seconds or shorter - Animations can be looped, but the animations must stop after 30 seconds - Animated GIF ads must be slower than 5 FPS To create the first frame for your future GIF animation, doubl...

How to download an HTML zip

You can download your banner in the Editor or in the banner list. Let's look through the first variant. Click on the "Publish" button at the top menu Select a "Download ZIP" in the popup. You'll see a popup with settings. If you don't have any technical specifications for your banner, you can skip almost all settings. Pay attention to just two of them: "Optimization" and "Responsiveness". If you need a responsive banner, which shall adapt to the block sizes, the...

How to download an archive for Google

Check the article "How to download an HTML zip (https://help.bannerboo.com/278053-How-to-download-an-HTML-zip)" to get to know more. Below on the screenshot and on the list, you'll find settings you need to use to prepare the banner for Google. - Outside links - Add ClickTag. Fill the field "Enter URL for ClickTag" with "https://www.google.com" - Wrat to <a>. Enter "javascript:void(window.open(clickTag))" to the field "#LINK#" Use "Optimization" and "Responsiveness" sett...

How to download an AMPHTML archive for Google

In the article "How to download an HTML zip (https://help.bannerboo.com/278053-How-to-download-an-HTML-zip)" you can find how to do that. If you need an AMPHTML banner for "Google Ads" (Google Adwords) follow the instruction below: - AMPHTML Ads If you need, you can set "Optimization" and "Responsiveness" options. Now press Download. Check, your archive should be less than 150 Kb. If you need, you can validate HTML code here AMP Validator (https://validator.ampproject.org/#h...

How to download an archive for AdRoll

In the article "How to download an HTML zip (https://help.bannerboo.com/278053-How-to-download-an-HTML-zip)" you can find out more common information about download a banner. Below on the screenshot and on the list, you'll find settings you need to use to prepare the banner for Google. - Inside links - Exclude all fonts - Add ClickTag. Fill the field "Enter URL for ClickTag" with "https://www.adroll.com" - Wrat to <a>. Enter "#" to the field "#LINK#" - Set "_blank" in the "T...