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Flash in FP 2000

Flash in FP 2000

Flash in FP 2000

I created a Flash movie.  Saved it as an .fla and as html.
I copied the html code to a blank FP page, but the movie wont run.
I even deleted the default code that FP puts in each blank page and then put in the html from flash.

What step did I leave out.

(The movie will play in my browswer, but not FP2000, what do I need to do?)


RE: Flash in FP 2000

The first thing you need to do is make sure that Html and Flash are the only things in flash setup as Publish Settings.  The next thing is to Publish Preview...this will save and play your movie in a browser.  When the movie is to your liking go into FP2000, let FP2000 bring up your New_Page_1 screen, make sure you have clicked in the new page area at least once to make sure it is present.  Now, click on Insert/Advanced/Plug-In. A screen will pop up and allow you to select the plug-in, click on browse and go get your movie wherever you saved it.  Select the ( Movie1.swf )file, or whatever you named your movie.  When you have found and selected it you can re-size it in the new page to whatever size you need, the movie will shrink/inlarge to whatever size you want.  Be sure to include any Shared Borders you want from your Website for the new page and whatever other features you need in it before you publish it to the WEB...hope this helps, let me know.

David Parker
TPA Web Design

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