Hiya! I would describe myself as somewhat of a novice here,
but hopefully someone can help me, or at least point me in the
I've got a client who intends to use Flex to present their
website, with a Drupal backend. Flex brings in the contents of a
node's body text and displays it as htmlText in a textArea box;
works fine. The navigation bar is part of the Flex application (the
viewer never actually sees the Drupal portion) and triggers an
animation when clicked. The desired effect is that one page
"slides" away while another slides in. That also works fine. The
problem arises when the body text contains a link to another page
in the site; the user is directed to the drupal page.
The question, then: Is there a way to have Flex take the
incoming <a href="www.mysite.com/page2"> and instead of
directing the user to that page once clicked, initiate a function
like "node.load(page2)"? Or, is there some other possible route?