It all depends on how the images are added in the first place. If the images are dynamically loaded, then just renaming the image file to an existing image file name it will replace would be sufficient.
I managed to change images in the rotating banner. However, the top margins of the replaced images do not match the other images in the banner. Please, see http://mobilevetcare.net/index.html . How do I alter the margins?
Thanks very much,
If you mean the new images are the ones that do not have the rounded corners and softened right edge, then chances are there is a mask involved that you have neglected to include for them.
What a mask does is it only allows what is covered by it to display. Masking can be done either using code or in the timeline.
To get that softened edge (the mask has a gradient that gradually fades out that edge) also requires that both the mask and the image symbol have their cacheAsBitmap property set to true.
You look at the objects that currently work and figure out what makes them work... it could be a timeline design or it could be a coded design or it could involve both.
I don't normally write step by step tutorials for people and I doubt you will find one specific to your file's design, particularly if you do not understand how your file is designed.
You might need to hire someone to do this for you if you don't know enough about using Flash to understand the different ways things can be designed.
If you can post a screenshot of your main timeline, that might help someone to determine how your banner file is designed. If there happens to be any significant amount of code in the first frame or so, having that in the screenshot could be useful info as well.
That image in the library and the one on the stage appear to carry the answer. It appears the images were created to appear as they do outside of the program and imported that way. So if you want to add new images, you need to edit them to match what you see for the image symbols in the library. So Photoshop might be the key to resolving your problem, although getting the blurring effect to the right side could prove tricky without having the original file used to create the images.
You're welcome. In case you find yourself hitting a wall trying to recreate the images, here is a link to a simple file that demos what I was indicating you could do... It involves a mask movieclip, an image movieclip, and a little bit of code. You could build each of the images as movieclips containing what I show.