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AdReady Tip of the Month (Dec-09): Use the ‘Hide Image’ Button

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AdReady Tip of the Month (Dec-09): Use the ‘Hide Image’ Button

Want some extra emphasis on the text in an AdReady ad template? Check out the “Hide Image” button.

If you have text in your ad—like a headline or a tagline—that needs to be more prominent but the image is getting in the way, the ‘Hide Image’ button can help. This lets you hide images so that you change the size of your text without running into the image. The button can be used for both the “logo” and “image” areas, giving you more flexibility where you want the logo or text to go. For example, you could hide the stationary logo image that appears in the same spot in each frame, but then place the logo on an image frame that may appear in just one frame of the flash ad.

To do this, click on your ad template and use the ‘Hide Image’ button located in the category “Images.” You can use this feature on any picture in your ad to place more emphasis on the text. This feature gives you the flexibility to try out even more templates (the AdReady library has over 800), no matter what text you’re using.

Want to learn more? Contact our sales team at: [email protected].

Posted by Justin Baker on Dec 09, 2009   |   Tweet This |   Email This