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    how do i set up my pics on my homepage once clicked on to go to that page?HELP

    i've just started in flash and i have imported some pictures and have got them to move around but what i want to do now is to set this up to inable me to click on a picture and then it takes me to that picture page.Does anyone have an ideal how to do this?
    And then how to i transfer this to dreamweaver

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    See this page to make the link:
    http://www.mediacollege.com/adobe/fl...hyperlink.html

    To import into Dreamweaver, select Insert > Media > Flash.

    It's worth noting that there are a lot of issues surrounding what you are doing. If you are completely new to inserting Flash objects in web pages you need to be aware that it's a minefield. I suggest doing a lot of research and learning. It's fun though so get stuck into it.
    Dave Owen
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    Are you wanting to link the pictures in Flash to other pictures in Flash, pictures embedded in a webpage or straight to the picture files themselves (i.e. a .jpg file)?

    What you are trying to link to may change things slightly, but in essence what you need to do is make your picture in Flash a button (or place a button over it) which will have the link to the other picture.

    You can either use a basic Actionscript openURL command, or if you want to get a bit fancier and open the picture in a new window (which I'd recommend), use the following code:

    Put this code on the button in Flash:

    javascript:MM_openBrWindow('http://www.url.html','name','scrollbars=yes/no,resizable=yes/no,width=value,height=value,top=value,left=value')

    Change any values, such as the URL or yes/no values, as needed.

    Put this code in the head of the HTML page containing the Flash movie (No need to change any values in this code):

    <script language="JavaScript" type="text/JavaScript">
    <!--
    function MM_openBrWindow(theURL,winName,features) { //v2.0
    window.open(theURL,winName,features);
    }
    //-->
    </script>


    One thing to remember, and which can cause a lot of unnecessary frustration for newbies: Any relative links must be relative to the HTML page containing the Flash movie.

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