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Animate - HTML5 Banner Advertising in Adobe Animate.
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Okay, so what's next? We've finished with designing some ads, we've kept the file size down, and we've done publishing. Now the big next thing is to use the forum for questions, because-- I totally understand, me, getting my head around this, with not a lot of support took me forever to understand how it all works, and what goes together, and what works in this kind of HTML5 banner ads.
It might be a few things that you still need clarity on, that's totally cool, and I totally understand. So use the forum on this page, and post questions, and also, what I would love you to do is, if you've made yourself , say one of those HTML templates, is to post it, or at least zip it up and give your whole ad so that people can pull it apart along with the fla file so that-- say you've done it, you've finally cracked the code for some other ad trafficking network site, and I haven't mentioned here, get them together, and you got it working, and it's got through the validation, and it's perfect, is to zip it up and add it to the forum, that way somebody else, some other poor creative can leverage what you've done, the pain you've gone through.
So, ask questions, post all the stuff that actually works up there, so that other people have got some resources to work with.
The other thing you can do is follow me on Twitter, I'm danlovesadobe, or if you're a Facebook person it's facebook.com/bringyourownlaptop.
Alright, that's it for this Adobe Animate course. Howdya da, good people.