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Wraps its children in a unique full-screen scrolling container allowing you to display a full-screen ad without taking up the entire viewport.
<script async custom-element="amp-fx-flying-carpet" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-fx-flying-carpet-0.1.js"></script>
A flying carpet wraps its children in a unique full-screen scrolling container. In particular, this allows you to display a full-screen ad without taking up the entire viewport, making for a better user experience.
Check if your ad network permits use of flying carpets when implementing the
amp-fx-flying-carpet to display adds.
amp-fx-flying-carpet displays its children inside a container of fixed height. As the user scrolls the page, the flying carpet reveals more of it contents, sliding across its children as if peering through a window in the page.
<amp-fx-flying-carpet height="300px"> <amp-img src="fullscreen.png" width="300" height="500" layout="responsive" ></amp-img> </amp-fx-flying-carpet>
The following requirements are imposed on
- It should be positioned so that it doesn't obscure the first viewport (outside of top 75%).
- It should be positioned so that its top can reach or be above the top of the last viewport when scrolled.
|height||The height of the flying carpet's "window".|
|common attributes||This element includes common attributes extended to AMP components.|
- You may use the
amp-fx-flying-carpetelement selector to style it freely.
amp-fx-flying-carpetelements are always
See amp-fx-flying-carpet rules in the AMP validator specification.
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