LOS ANGELES — iStripper has announced the upgrading of its popular Flash-based “popping models” ad tool to HTML5, for a more future-proof, mobile-friendly solution.
According to the company, restrictions on Flash technology, including a drop in support by Google’s Chrome browser, led to the updated tool release.
As part of the upgrade to HTML5, iStripper’s popping models engine also offers several new anti-adblock functions and new animations with control over where the girls appear.
“Our HTML5 script uses our new link codes domain (spklmis.com) and generates random folder names plus it benefits from a fallback solution so that your visitors using adblocks will see a static (non-nude) image of a beauty (Elsa Jean) inviting them to click and visit iStripper, [which is] also activated in case of technical issue with the popping on your servers,” says a company spokesperson. “But the most important news is that now you can have several types of animations.”
These animations reveal some girls popping from behind the taskbar as before, while others will come from the right edge of the screen. Other girls will appear with a sponge and wash the viewer’s screen while others will swing, hanging at the top of the user’s screen for a stunning visual impact.
Another improvement targets the granularity of clickable zones.
“The previous version of our [popping models ad] had the defect of keeping the focus of the clicks, preventing visitors from clicking the banners behind our popping ads. This has been fully corrected,” the spokesperson explains. “Now, only the girl’s body is clickable. Visitors can click the banner behind her, even from between her legs. It simply means less ‘accidental clicks’ and better conversion ratios.”
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