An swf open in a browser has nothing to control its size, so it expands until one dimension maxes out to the screen size.
To place the swf into a web page at a certain size you need to have html embedding code for the swf file. If you publish the swf, you can also publish an html file. That html file will contain the code you need to have the swf planted in the web page at the size you intend.
Thank you very much.
Do I need to open the html in Dreamweaver and save that file?
Is Flash Player 9 better than 10?
Thanks a lot. I guess it doesn't need to be opened in Dreamweaver.
In terms of features, FP10 supports more than FP9, so if more is better, FP10 is better. IF your file works just fine in FP9 and is designed for it, there is no issue sticking with it, and the potential for users having FP9 is more likely greater than it is for FP 10.
The html page can be opened in any browser for viewing and in any text or html editor for editing.