• Sizmek Ad Suite (SAS): Creative > Ads > New Ad > Design HTML5 Ads > Components > Text

Text conveys the main message in the ads using headings and short descriptions. Ad Builder supports a wide range of fonts and text settings, allowing you to convey a rich and strong message in your ad.

  1. In Ad Builder,select Text from the Components panel.

  2. In the Text Properties panel, type the text and configure look and feel including opacity, font type, size, and color.

  3. In the Add Custom Font From field, determine whether to add an additional font to the Font Family list.

  4. You can do one of the following:

    • Import additional webfonts from Google or Adobe.

      1. In the Add Custom Font from field, click DOC_webfont_icon.png.

      2. In the Embed Code field, enter or paste the HTML tag that you created in Google or Adobe webfonts.

      3. In the Font Name field, type the name exactly as it appears in Google or Adobe, depending on your source.

      4. Click Add Font.

    • Add your own custom fonts. You can do one of the following:

      • Click DOC_text_local_icon.png and select a font from the platform. You can upload TTF and WOFF fonts types to serve as custom fonts in the Text component.

      • Click DOC_text_computer_icon.png and select the font directly from your desktop.

    When the font is uploaded, it is added to the text editor and the to the Font Family list. This allows you to simply select the font anywhere in the ad.

  5. From the Scrollbars list, select a scrollbar that is automatically added when the text content is too large to fit in the predefined text area. The options are:

    • None: No scrollbars are added. This is the default.

    • Horizontal Scroll: Adds a horizontal scrollbar to the text.

    • Vertical Scroll: Adds a vertical scrollbar to the text.

    • Both: Adds a horizontal and vertical scrollbar to the text.

  6. In the Label field, type the required text.

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