Required Files in Servo Rich Media Creative

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       Always required

Every rich media creative must contain an HTML5 file named index.html.

The index.html file contains the HTML5 code representing the banner content, collapsed/initial banner content, or interstitial panel content.

The index.html file must be in the "root" directory of the rich media creative. Click here to learn more about the contents of the index.html file.

 

  Only required when creative format = Expandable

The expandable.html file is required for Servo rich media creatives that are expandable format.

The expandable.html file contains the HTML5 code representing the expanded panel content.

The expandable.html file must be in the "root" directory of the rich media creative. Click here to learn more about the contents of the expandable.html file.

 

   Always required (assuming creative contains click-throughs)

The servo.config.js file is required for Servo rich media creatives that contain multiple click-through hot spots.

The servo.config.js file contains a formatted JavaScript object defining each click-through hotspot name and the default/fallback URL used for local testing and Client review. Click here to learn more about the contents of the servo.config.js file.

 

The required index.html and expandable.html files must be valid HTML5 documents that Include the Servo Rich Media API file. The required servo.config.js file is a valid JavaScript file that should be included into the index.html (and into the expandable.html file for expandable creatives).

Required Files by Rich Media Format

     

Banner       

  1.  index.html file for banner panel
  2.  servo.config.js when creative contains click-through hot spots

 

             

Expandable  

  1. index.html file for collapsed/initial banner
  2. expandable.html file for expanded panel
  3. servo.config.js when creative contains click-through hot spots

 

             

Interstitial 

  1. index.html file for main panel
  2. servo.config.js when creative contains click-through hot spots 

Other Files & Sub-directories

Apart from the required files above, the contents and structure of each Servo rich media creative are entirely at the discretion of the creative developer. Using (or not using) sub-directories within your creative is perfectly fine. For example, one developer might choose to place their image asset files in the "root" directory of their creative. Another developer may choose to organize asset files into sub-directories with names such as /images, /img, /js, etc. Any variation of these scenarios is perfectly acceptable.

Assembling HTML5 & Rich Media Creatives

Once you have assembled your creative files as shown above, you are ready to upload them to Servo. Click here to learn how to upload rich media creatives to Servo.

 

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