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Hitokage

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I want to make a flash site, but can you put an html page (i-frame style) into an otherwise entirely flash site?
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hitokage

its actually the other way round - you incorporate your flash content into your HTML page. You first go out and build the FLASH content that you want and yu can then save this. You then build your html file using dreamweaver or anyother hTML editor, and then simply move the flash content into this HTML code. ;)

Am not a big fan of flash and i cannot give you the finer nuances of this :tazz:

Anyway good luck with this webpage
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I know how to get flash onto a webpage...

What I mean is inside my flash movie, instead of having to build each page in flash, is there a way I could have it load a page inside the movie?

I want the whole site to be flash so I can manipulate both menu and the main frame (where everything is viewed) but most pages dont need to be flash...

But thanks for trying to help sunny.
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Well..

am not too sure what you are looking for! but i think you should build the entire site in flash as this will be the best option available to you
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