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    Hello, How do you make a flash banner?

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    Smile

    Do you have a good grasp of HTML?

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    Yews I Do

    HEllo, thanks for the reply. Yes, I do...I know HTML.

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    Ok, just makinmg sure you have a place to put it. Anyways, Here we go!

    Before we start, I must warn you: This method will not be able to have buttons, so dont bother making them, it's a waste.

    Ok, Open a new Flash document and right click. Select "Movie Properties". Change to these dimensions

    Width = close to 300

    Height = close to 75

    Now when I say close, I mean with in 10.

    Still with me? Good.

    Now work with it as if it wore a flash movie that you would normally make (because it is).


    After your done doing that, save it to your desktop (because it's easier to find it). Now select File > Publish Settings

    Uncheck everything except .gif
    Select the .GIF tab up top. Check off "Match Movie". If your movie is animated, select animated, if not, select static.

    Make sure that "Loop Continuously" is selected.

    All the other choices are up to you, but I advise you keep them the same.

    Now press publish. Go to your desktop, and your banner should be there (as a .GIF).

    In your web page, when you insert the banner, put it in a link tag so it will take you some where.

    Wow, that was a mouth full. Any questions? PUT YOUR HANDS DOWN!

    Just ask.

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    Ok, just making sure you have a place to put it. Anyways, Here we go!

    Before we start, I must warn you: This method will not be able to have buttons, so dont bother making them, it's a waste.

    Ok, Open a new Flash document and right click. Select "Movie Properties". Change to these dimensions

    Width = close to 300

    Height = close to 75

    Now when I say close, I mean with in 10.

    Still with me? Good.

    Now work with it as if it wore a flash movie that you would normally make (because it is).


    After your done doing that, save it to your desktop (because it's easier to find it). Now select File > Publish Settings

    Uncheck everything except .gif
    Select the .GIF tab up top. Check off "Match Movie". If your movie is animated, select animated, if not, select static.

    Make sure that "Loop Continuously" is selected.

    All the other choices are up to you, but I advise you keep them the same.

    Now press publish. Go to your desktop, and your banner should be there (as a .GIF).

    In your web page, when you insert the banner, put it in a link tag so it will take you some where.

    Wow, that was a mouth full. Any questions? PUT YOUR HANDS DOWN!

    Just ask.

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