the validator is not "seeing" your images content (or your images folder).
that's not a coding error. it's a problem between your zip file and the validator.
you need to query about that validator (as long as you're certain exactly that file name/ext is in the images folder).
Okay, I'll see what happens when I upload them to adwords again. Thanks - Marlena
to make certain you're uploading the correct files, save your fla to a new (empty) directory. publish your fla (to that directory). everything in that directory (other than the fla) needs to be uploaded without editing any file types or names.
Will do! TY!
Okay so I did what you suggested and I still get 1 error when I upload my ads to adwords. Should I take out this is the HTML file "<script src="https://code.createjs.com/1.0.0/createjs.min.js"></script>" this seems to be the problem now.
If it is for adwords, CreateJS needs to be referenced from a google hosted path: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/1722096#HTML5&zippy=%2Call-other-html-ads
Thank you so much! I actually was able to change the script to:
and it worked!
All ads are running smoothly! I really appreciate all of the amazing support!
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This is Roy, the developer of the HTML5 ad validator tool that you've used. I re-ran your creative through the scanner, and this is what I've found:
If you need further help, feel free to contact me 🙂