Creative upload allows you to upload HTML or ZIP files to the BuyerGenomics CDN.
The HTML file has to contain clean HTML code that represents the email creative which will be sent.
- The <title> tag content will be used to determine the subject line of the creative.
- The HTML file name will be used as a name of the creative.
- For example, if you upload the file test_1.html and the HTML code contains <title>This is my creative</title>, the uploader will create a new creative that will be named "test_1" and the subject line will be set to "This is my creative". The name and the subject line can be edited after the upload is completed.
The ZIP file has to contain one HTML file. In addition it can contain folders and image files that will be used in the HTML file.
- The uploader will extract the HTML file and use it to create a new creative
- All folders and images will be extracted to BuyerGenomics's CDN
- All image tags in the HTML will be updated to that CDN.
For example, if the ZIP file contains the following structure,
creative.zip │ black friday.html └───images └───button.png logo.jpeg
then "black friday.html" will be used for creative content and a new folder "black friday/images" will be created on our CDN and all images will be copied there.
The HTML content will be updated as follows:
<img src="images/logo.jpg" /> will change to
<img src="https://cdn.domain.com/111/black%20 friday/images/logo.jpg"
<img src="images/button.png" /> will change to
<img src="https://cdn.domain.com/111/black%20 friday/images/button.png"
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A CDN (Content Delivery Network) is a system of distributed servers (network) that deliver pages or web content to a user, based on the geographic locations of the user, the origin of the image and the content delivery server.
All images in your email will be uploaded and copied to the BuyerGenomics CDN and the HTML code will be updated. For example, "black friday.html" file contains the following code:
<img src="https://test.com/images/logo.jpg" alt="logo" width="255" height="68" />
then the uploader will download https://test.com/images/logo.jpg image and copy it to the CDN into "black friday" folder and the image tag will be updated to the following
<img src="https://cdn.domain.com/111/black%20 friday/logo.jpg" alt="logo" width="255" height="68" />
If the <img /> tag contains an attribute exclude=1 or width=1 and height=1, this image will not be downloaded. In this case all tracking pixels that are marked properly with width=1 and height=1 will be kept untouched in the HTML. Similarly, all dynamic images that cannot be stored in our CDN must be marked as exclude=1