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Dear forum, I am getting started in DWeaver and Flash. I have MX 2004 versions. I have created a flash "scene" with pictures and graphivs that slowly fade in and various intervals and then end with all of the m on the stage. 1. How do I send this to a web site file I have created in DWeaver? 2. Is it possible to have it work as a separate web page along with the ones I already have for that site? 3. If possible can I make links on that flash page to take me to the rest of ...

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    Dear forum,
    I am getting started in DWeaver and Flash. I have MX 2004 versions. I have
    created a flash "scene" with pictures and graphivs that slowly fade in and
    various intervals and then end with all of the m on the stage.
    1. How do I send this to a web site file I have created in DWeaver?
    2. Is it possible to have it work as a separate web page along with the ones
    I already have for that site?
    3. If possible can I make links on that flash page to take me to the rest of
    the sight pages?
    I want to use it as an inro page when people log on. Then when it's done with
    its intro then you can navigate from there.
    Thanks. DWeaver and Flash are a lot of fun but I have lots to learn

    flashchallenged Guest

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    Default Re: exporting flash to dreamweaver

    Hi and Welcome to the Forums.

    Answers:
    1: In Flash, go to File > Publish. By default, this will create a .swf and
    an .html. Open the .html in any text editor or DWeaver and copy the entire
    Object tag including all the param and embed tags. Now paste that in the
    webpage body of your other file. To control the positioning of the flash
    movie, its best practice to use css and DW can help do that .

    2. You can leave the Flash published .html as is and simply link to it.

    3. And you can add links in the body using html tags to link back to other
    webpages. But to navigate to the homepage immediately after an intro is done,
    you need to add a getURL function at the end of the flash intro.

    jameslyon Guest

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