When set to Dynamic, the Campaign components will render an image and link to the URL associated with the assigned Campaign. It will automatically hide if there are no Campaigns assigned.
Here are some examples of how the Campaign Component functions:
- A Studio File has Campaign Components A, B, C, and D, but the associated mTAG Object only has two Campaigns assigned (in Position A and B): The resulting Experience will show two images.
- A Studio File has Campaign Components A, B, C, and D, the associated mTAG Object has Campaigns assigned to each position, and the Campaign in position A has two Creatives. One with weight = 1 and the other with weight = 2: The resulting Experience will show four images, and the Creative images in position A will be rotated at a 33.3% / 66.7% split.
- A Studio File has Campaign Components A, B, C, and D, the associated mTAG Object has two Campaigns assigned position A. The resulting Experience will show one image in position A, and the Campaign will rotate at a 50% / 50% split.
The Interstitial Component will render the image as an overlay for the first 5 seconds of the Experience. It cannot be reordered in the Experience Studio because the Interstitial Component does not load above or below any one Component but rather before all Components.
Campaign (A, B, C, or D)
The Campaign component with render the image assigned to its respective position.
The Swiper Component is a type of Campaign Component that can group up to five Campaigns into one "swipe-able" placement. When two or more Campaigns are assigned, the Swiper Component will display them in a carousel or "slider". When one campaign is assigned it will act as a standard Campaign Component. To add Campaigns to the Swiper Component, assign them to an mTAG Object in positions E, F, G, H, and I.
The Gallery Component set to Swiper has the same functionality as the Swiper Campaign.