i have a flash website that i need to put on to a disk so
when people load the disk the flash site will start automatically,
the website is made up of loads of seperate swf files and i'm not
sure the best way to go about it.. any thoughts?
Generally it would be better to publish as a projector file.
There are some issues with running Flash websites off of disks. Not
the least of which is, are you sure that your audience has a
compatible browser and correct version of Flash player installed?
you will have to stay with that.
Other than that I think it is called an inf file that will
tell Windows machines to autostart – assuming the end user is
silly enough to let such a huge security risk remain in their
system. These days more and more folks are shutting that off.
Additionally on the Mac side there is no autostart, so if that is
part of your audience you will not be able to do that.
Your external assets won't be bundled into the projector so
they will all need to be included on the disk. So a well organized
file structure will present the least mess and disorder for end
users. Remember that all external assets will be loaded relative to
the projector or html page, not the swf that calls them.
There are third party tools such as zinc and jugglor that
allow you to make nicer cleaner packages of the whole thing, but I
have no experience with them.