In the table below you can find an overview of all HTML5 banner specifications:

Additional Banner Settings

ClickTag Implementation

HTML banners are served via a JavaScript tag that writes an iFrame tag. In this tag a couple of parameters need to be defined, see the example below:

<iframe src="https://cdn.254a.com/yieldr/campaign/728x90.html?clickTag=${CLICK_URL}http://www.yieldr.com" width="728" height="90" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

The first part of the tag (https://cdn.254a.com/yieldr/campaign/728x90.html) is the location where the HTML files are hosted.

The second part of the HTML tag is the ClickTag. The ClickTag is the parameter in which the landing page and click tracker(s) are set. In practice it looks like this:

Please make sure the ClickTag functionality is implemented in the banner code, otherwise Yieldr will not be able to measure clicks.

Ghostery Integration

At Yieldr we take privacy very seriously. This is one of the main reasons we team up with Ghostery (the leading online privacy solutions provider). Ghostery provides Yieldr with small tags that have to be integrated in the creative.
The integration of this privacy tag is taken care of by Yieldr, so this means you only have to make sure there is some empty space allotted to this tag inside the creative.
Below you will find an image of the Ghostery tag in collapsed and expanded state.

Collapsed version:

Expanded version: 

The collapsed tag has dimensions of 19x15 pixels, the expanded version is 42x15 pixels. Please make sure that you account for at least enough free space in the creative where we can place the collapsed tag without it displaying on top of any content. The tag can be placed in any of the four corners of the creative.

For more information on Ghostery, please check their website.

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