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Responsive design tricks
Saving layers as templates
Importing your site pages
Connecting custom data
Interactive pages with state and actions
Creating reusable components with Symbols
Targeting and scheduling content
Building custom forms
SEO optimizing Builder.io content
Creating custom models
Using custom fields
Enable on-site previewing and editing
Dynamic URLs and advanced data fetching
Adding Custom Code
Using 3rd party libraries
Extending Builder.io with plugins
Using your React components in Builder
Triggering custom actions
Ruby on rails
To replace an existing ad, you'll want to remove any html and css from the inside of the ad. You'll want to keep width and possibly height information on the container though.
If you have multiple size or placement variations of your ad, you'll likely want to create separate builder models for them
Additionally, you'll want to remove any hardcoded values such as URLs so those can be managed in Builder
Create a new model to represent this ad, and be sure to choose the "component" type. If needed, enter an example url (a url this ad component can be found at for editing)
Now that you have the model and code set, from the Content page use the "create entry" button and choose your model name to create a new content entry.
If all is set up correctly the editor should scroll you to your new ad and show you an "add blocks" button.
Click the add blocks button and ad a canvas. Now you can drag in elements from the insert tab and position them to your liking
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