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Adding Lightbox to Flash. Follow these steps to add Lightbox (possibility to pop-up only images) functionality to Flash files: Step 1.

Adding Lightbox to Flash

First, download Lightbox++ Step 2. Copy the css, images and js folders from the archive in the same folder with your HTML file on your web server. This HTML file should embed the SWF file to which you want to add the Lightbox to. If your site is running on Wordpress or Joomla, you will need to copy these folders in a new folder, let's call it lightbox, in the root of your Joomla/Wordpress site. Step 3. Make sure you use the correct path for the above files. For Joomla or Wordpress sites, you need to update the code, to make it point to the root lightbox folder, where you copied the Lightbox folders in step 2: If your site is running on Joomla, you will need to add the code right before the </head> tag of the index.php file located in your active template's folder (e.g. templates/rhuk_milkyway/index.php).

Step 4 (option A). Step 4 (option B). Step 5 (option A). Creating an XML Slideshow in Flash. By Blue_Chi | Flash CS3 | ActionScript 1/2 | Advanced | Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 The second step in creating our slideshow is loading and processing the XML data.

Creating an XML Slideshow in Flash

Once we do that, we will also store the data we need in easily accessible variables. This entire process should be a breeze if you have read our tutorial on using XML in Flash. Here is a basic outline of what we will do in this section: Create an instance of the XML Class. Creating an instance of the XML class The first segment of code we will write will simply create a new instance of the XML class to be used to load our XML file into Flash. Var myShowXML = new XML(); myShowXML.ignoreWhite = true; myShowXML.load("slideshow.xml"); We need to retrieve all the information we need from the XML file. MyShowXML.onLoad = function() { Components. SWFAddress - Deep linking for Flash and Ajax.

SWFAddress is a small but powerful library that provides deep linking for Flash and Ajax.

SWFAddress - Deep linking for Flash and Ajax

It's a developer tool, allowing creation of unique virtual URLs that can point to a website section or an application state. SWFAddress enables a number of important capabilities which are missing in today's rich web technologies including: Bookmarking in a browser or social website Sending links via email or instant messenger Finding specific content with the major search engines Utilizing browser history and reload buttons Download SWFAddress 2.4 (12MB, Including docs, samples and sources) or just the core scripts and libraries (39KB). Samples Flash | Flex | Ajax | SEO | More » License SWFAddress is licensed under the MIT license. Source The latest and greatest development version of the project can be found at SourceForge.

Twitter feed Loading... More SWFAddress related tweets » Use the mailing list or the forums for your questions, suggestions and community support. Donation. Deep linking. In the context of the World Wide Web, deep linking consists of using a hyperlink that links to a specific, generally searchable or indexed, piece of web content on a website (i.e.

Deep linking

Rather than the home page (i.e. Example[edit] This link: is an example of a deep link. The URL contains all the information needed to point to a particular item, in this case the English Wikipedia article on deep linking, instead of the Wikipedia home page at Deep linking and HTTP[edit] The technology behind the World Wide Web, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), does not actually make any distinction between "deep" links and any other links—all links are functionally equal. Usage[edit] Some commercial websites object to other sites making deep links into their content either because it bypasses advertising on their main pages, passes off their content as that of the linker or, like The Wall Street Journal, they charge users for permanently valid links.

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