To understand the creative better, refer to the PSD given below.

Desktop TruSkin Creative Reference PSD

The following example displays the creative rendered on a website.

https://cdn.elev.io/file/uploads/6qq8cPJiZWs39jqrfUBHifMuDdkNnsTnhoK_56UpgZg/0wXhjjpNyUs8YPA8bbIWAPZvIbWrXCuYkVjq8KZusII/image2_1-ZBs.png

Sample creative — on large screen display and on laptop

https://cdn.elev.io/file/uploads/6qq8cPJiZWs39jqrfUBHifMuDdkNnsTnhoK_56UpgZg/ZRmZpDKTA3AWI2HGgK2O6uMXjrJUr0lDMmGLgByM8xs/image2_2-6NI.png

Sample creative on scroll — on large screen display and on laptop

DSP & SSP console approvals

To run the creative or ads via PMP, every SSP and DSP has separate approval processes.

As per AppNexus SSP approval policy, the Desktop TruSkin should be declared as 1800x1000. The 1800x1000 image should show up for approval of the unit on the TTD console.

On the canvas properties pane, under the Page Type Settings panel, you need to upload the 1800x1000 image along with a click through*. 

* The click through URL is compulsorily required to avoid rejection on the DSP and SSP console.

Programmatic Console Preview option on the Properties pane in Canvas

The additional 1800x1000 image would appear only on the console environment of TTD or AppNexus and does not appear anywhere within the rendered ad. The actual ad will appear on the publisher sites.

The following screenshot displays the console preview of the ad units on DSP and SSP.

https://cdn.elev.io/file/uploads/6qq8cPJiZWs39jqrfUBHifMuDdkNnsTnhoK_56UpgZg/qft1QndLtuYHOeRjmYA70N2V59iRb2R9-VNeeeYpn6k/image28-J-g.png

DSP & SSP Console approvals — Programmatic