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Provides a way to display and stick ad content at the bottom of the page.
<script async custom-element="amp-sticky-ad" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-sticky-ad-1.0.js"></script>
- There can be only one
<amp-sticky-ad>in an AMP document. The
<amp-sticky-ad>should only have one direct child:
<amp-ad>. Note: Make sure you include any required scripts for the
- The sticky ad appears at the bottom of a page.
- The sticky ad introduces a full-width blank container and then fills the sticky ad based on the width and height of the
- The height of the sticky-ad is whatever its child needs up to its max-height.
- The max-height of the sticky-ad is 100px, if the height exceeds 100px then the height would be 100px and overflow content will be hidden.
- The width of the sticky-ad is set to 100% using CSS and cannot be overridden.
- The opacity of the sticky-ad is set to 1 using CSS and cannot be overridden.
- The background color of the sticky-ad can be customized to match the page style. However, any semi-transparent or transparent background will not be allowed and will be changed to a non-transparent color.
- When scrolled to the bottom of the page, the viewport is automatically padded with the additional height of the sticky ad, so that no content is ever hidden.
- When in landscape mode, the sticky ad is center-aligned.
- The sticky ad can be dismissed and removed by a close button.
- If no ad is filled, the sticky ad container will collapse and will no longer be visible.
<amp-sticky-ad layout="nodisplay"> <amp-ad width="320" height="50" type="doubleclick" data-slot="/35096353/amptesting/formats/sticky" > </amp-ad> </amp-sticky-ad>
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amp-sticky-ad component can be styled with standard CSS.
- The sticky ad container style can be set through the
- The close button style can be set through the
- The padding bar between the ad and the close button style can be set through the
See amp-sticky-ad rules in the AMP validator specification.
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