I have created a Flash which uses a large area or my computer
screen to start with due to moving of the objects (animation) which
are used to create the menu. Once the menu is created the Flash
covers almost half the area which was initially used.
I would like to use the empty area to put some
advertisements. Is there any way I can add some sort of SWF Flash
File of any other stuff in the area which are NOT used and left
empty once the menu is constructed by animation?
> I have created a Flash which uses a bigger area to start
with (Due to Moving
> Object) and once it is settled down it becomes the Menu.
At Start the Object
> use a bigger area as the result of moving, but once the
menu is built out of
> the moving objects it covers half the used Flash Area.
Is there any way I can
> add some sort of Flash Adv in the area which are NOT
used by loading other SWF
You can't change it on the fly because it's hard coded into
your object embed tags.
Unless you would reload the html document.
One thing you could use, tho not recommended if you have
complex interaction, is WMODE.
Wmode make movie background transparent. We use it for all
kind of funky banners and ads
but it's a very buggy feature and many things in flash won't
function properly when using it.
Simple buttons are safe usually.
It's Macromedia's READ ME page and on top of it in LAYER
with flash movie size 1000x600. The <param name="wmode"
and wmode="transparent" in the code make the background
the car looks like it drives over the html while it actually
flash stage. You could do the similar thing, one big movie
but after animation
keep the content just in one of the corners so it appears
like it became small.
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