This document describes a technique for cloaking cascading style sheet rules in accelerated mobile pages so that they can be embedded within a web page without interfering with the page’s layout and without using inline frames to separate rules. With the present technique display advertisements shown on the accelerated mobile pages will be able to be embedded within a host page contents itself without causing any conflicts due to same rule names used on a host page and an advertisement page. Additionally instead of simply using a full image the advertisement accelerated mobile pages can be composed of cascading style sheet markup so that they are significantly smaller and have interactive features (such as clickable and non/clickable regions) or scaling properties. The present technique reduces not only latency and network traffic but also the total size of the accelerated mobile pages.
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Rapp, Richard and Lewis, Justin, "Accelerated Mobile Pages Advertisement and Cascading Style Sheet Merging", Technical Disclosure Commons, (March 06, 2017)