You can use a dynamic textfield's htmlText property to have it display an html-enbedded image, though I don't know if using the url you point to will raise a security problem.
tField.htmlText = "<img src="http://open.thumbshots.org/image.aspx?url=apple.com" border=\"1\" />";
tField.htmlText="<img src=\"http://open.thumbshots.org/image.aspx?url=apple.com\" border=\"1\" />";
but it is not showing anything when i publish it. A popup saying Adobe player has stopped a potentially unsafe operation.
What should i do?
I know very little about dealing with security issues. The problem might be you're trying to link to a url outside of your security sandbox. Maybe you should try testing it online and see if a problem still exists.
i've tested it online and it works! thanks for your help.