Welcome To The Unique Fount Of Flash Tutorials
All the web developers and Flash lovers of the world come together! We are glad to welcome you at FlashMint Tuts – an unmatched one-stop solution for everyone who seeks professional help for designing Flash applications or wants to share some rare and useful findings with other webmasters.
Flash is a tool for creating interactive and animated Web site. These Flash tutorials will teach you how to use Flash in your web designs. The mission of FlashMint Tuts is to be your reference guide to mastering your Flash scripting, learning new Flash effects and Flash concepts. Every technique presented at FlashMint Tuts can be easily implemented into your professional Flash work.
Here you will find exclusive and most sufficient Flash tutorials which will help you to solve any issue arising in the process of developing Flash powered web pages. Besides, your assistance is always appreciated and even required so feel free to add Flash tips and tutorials to fill the incredible FlashTuts collection. Moreover, you have the real opportunity to earn from the collaboration so use your chance to make some profit with minimum efforts and maximum pleasure.
What we’re looking for in tutorials
At FlashMint Tuts we are not looking for quick tips for beginners. We are looking for comprehensive, multi-step tutorials that create a complex and high-end final result on the following topics:
• Flash animation and interactivity
• Flash web design and user interfaces
• Flash applications
Flash Tutorials Acceptance
Before starting, please contact us for the tutorial concept and ideas. We would only reject a tutorial if it did not adhere to the basic requirements listed here, or if the final effect was amateurish.
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Note on Plagiarism
Please, if you submit a tutorial for publication on FlashMint Tuts, make sure it is an original article.
Since direct copy and pasting is obvious plagiarism; paraphrasing, where the author would base the tutorial on another tutorial, but write it out in his/her own words, is just as unacceptable as copying and pasting.
As a freelance contributor you will be paid $150 per tutorial via PayPal (unless otherwise specified). Payments are made at the beginning of each month.
As an author, you will be featured on the top of each tutorial you send. With your first tutorial you should also submit your website URL, short bio and an email address that is attached to a Gravatar account.
Our aim is to create the most powerful Flash knowledge base in one place so join us right away and enjoy the advanced facilities of Flash design.