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image banner ads policy

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Hi Team,

We are not getting the proper answer from the adwords help support. In my account we are not able to upload the Flash banner iven i go through the policy of the images. Its showing the Click Tag not implemented. Even we have already place the click tag but i am surprise still it showing the same error . we  are using this code into the click tags. This is the coding of the click tag. then why adwords is not supporting it.

 

https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176108?hl=en

 

 

on (release) {

if (clickTAG.substr(0,5) == "http://www.crystaltravel.co.uk/") {
getURL(clickTAG);
}
}

 

 

 

 

Re: image banner ads policy

Zee Community Manager
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Zee Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi Rishi A,

 

Not all devices support Flash. To help you reach customers using devices that don't support Flash, AdWords can create a non-Flash version of the ad for you. You should see an option to preview a non-Flash version of your ad when you upload a Flash file. Don’t see this option? Make sure your SWF file uses ActionScript 2.0 and avoid filters or blending if possible.

AdWords can convert Flash to HTML5, which can be viewed on most major desktops, tablets, and mobile devices. The converted ad may not be 100% identical to the Flash ad you created, so be sure to preview it before saving. Most shapes, embedded fonts, timeline animation, text, movie clips, buttons, and scripting are supported, but not filters or blending. The system automatically determines which version of your ad to show, based on the device that your customer is using.

 

Best,

Zee
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