Apr 07, 2011 — 11 comments
See how to create advanced full flash site. This is part 1.
In this part,You will see how to create site navigation using the action script code and Frame Label
The worst thing whic can happen to you is that someone who visiting your web site waiting for a movie to load. You must to use a feedback mechanism who will inform your users of the download’s progress. A preloader resolves this problem. The preloader provides the users of your web site feedback of how much of your flash movie is loaded. The viewer can see what is happening. That is the reason why I will teach you how to create a preloader using Action Script.
In this part, You will learn how to design a menu and how to animate it after that.
In this part, You will see how to load flash site after preloader animation.
Learn to create a Flash movie that scales to the size of the browser window without any warping or stretching of its contents.
This tutorial will teach you how to create a portfolio scene in Flash similar to the one displayed below. Our portfolio will feature an interactive display unit that shows a larger thumbnail of our product. Navigate the flash movie below to see the effect in action. Click on the buttons to display larger versions of the images.
This tutorial will teach you how to create an animated sliding menu that appears when the user points his mouse on its tip and then slides back inside when the user moves his mouse away.
Learn how to create an amazing scrolling image gallery in Flash using ActionScript.
Learn to make a powerful, XML and ActionScript driven image gallery in Flash! The gallery features an unlimited number of images (externally loaded JPGs), together with a unique description for each image, thumbnail galleries, with preloaders for thumbs and the big images alike, fade-in alpha effect, scrolling easing effect for the gallery sections and more. You don't want to miss this one, trust me.
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