2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 14, 2013 11:10 AM by Jerry Witt

    File sizes for web ads


      Hi guys


      I'm trying to figure out how large the final file size of my ad is so I can ensure it's under 40k. I'm sure there's an easy way to find out I just dont know it yet. Anyone able to help?




        • 1. Re: File sizes for web ads
          TimJaramillo Level 4

          Hi Rossco,


          If you are publishing an oam, on Mac you can select the oam, then use "option+click", then select "get info" for total file size.


          If you're doing a normal web publish (File/Publish Settings/Web/Publish), when you actually publish the project, Edge will create a "publish" directory with all your files in it. Select that "publish" directory, and use "option+click", then select "get info". By the way- to save physical file size on disc, make sure the "Frameworks via CDN" tab is checked. This will load the various js libraries from the CDN, rather than storing them locally with your project.

          • 2. Re: File sizes for web ads
            Jerry Witt Level 2

            Feature Request:


            It would be great if you could do this same thing when creating an OAM. So you collect the needed HTML files and images, but refer to the cloud-based (Frameworks via CDN) JS files.


            Secon Feature Request:


            I wonder if there is a way to do the above, but also include the JS files and have it degrade to use them if the CDN version is not available. That way a web app could use the CDN, but a downloaded table app might use the local js.  Just a thought.