Do you want to create a Contact Module using popular scripts? In this tutorial, we’ll create a Advanced Contact Module with ActionScript 3.0 – XML and PHP. Don’t worry! You don’t need to know PHP Script. During the tutorial, I’ll explain you coding and designing parts of the creation process. Also, we will use XML to make an easy upgrade. The Module can be improved and used each project. The Steps are very easy. Just follow the steps carefully and apply them.
|In this tutorial we will show you how to create a simple image gallery with thumbnails in Flash CS4. We will apply a couple of simple, yet nice transitions to the images and thumbnails. This will require you to get the hands a bit dirty in animation and action scripting. However, this is going to be easy and fun! So here we go.|
Though website design is a prerogative of professionals, still there is a lot that anyone could do only if he knew how to. Making a menu for a flash website is one of these things. To make one you need to have a tool and to know the procedure. Your tool is Photoshop (mine is CS3 version), and the procedure is described in every detail in the tutorial below. I tried to make it simple, so that even it is your first time using Photoshop, you don’t get startled. Each step has screenshots to make it even more clear. Just keep in mind, that if you have a different Photoshop version, the interface might differ slightly.
If you follow each of the listed steps carefully, as a result you will get a flash menu like this:
If you don’t want to pay for customization you can do it yourself, all you need to know for this are just some basic steps.
This tutorial was written especially for you, so that you don’t have to pay money for flash templates customization and don’t get lost in your xml files when trying to do it yourself.
As an example I’ve taken one of the Flash Mint website templates, and I shall use it as an example for you, so that you can understand what I will be talking about.
As you purchase or download a flash template you receive it as a template package which consists of all the template-related files, including source code files and content. After you have figured out what changes you want to do about your template, you need to open this folder. All the changes you need will be done with the files in this folder.