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    Beginner looking for help building a Flash site

    Hi,

    I've been experimenting with Flash and have successfully created the basic layout of my site. However, I'm having problems loading the different pages of my site.

    Here's my so far:
    http://www.canucksfanzone.com/images/site5.zip


    Basically, I've created different "movies" which act as the content of my site. I'm trying to insert these movies/content on my main site, where there is a blank space where the movie should go.

    I'm trying to make it so that when you click on the nav button which says "THE TEAM", the movie theteam_mc would play in the blank space provided. I tried different AS but failed. Could anyone kind souls fix that up for me please?

    Here is "theteam_mc" if you need it:
    http://www.canucksfanzone.com/images/theteam.zip


    ANY kind of help is rgeat appreciated.

    Thanks so much in advance guys, I really really need some guidance.


    also, i have msn and aim, so if you could help me out through IM, that would be great as well.

    MSN: canucksfanzone_cfz@hotmail.com
    aim: carlosdelgadofan
    Last edited by canucksfan; 06-13-2004 at 02:17 PM.

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    Here, this should answer all your questions.

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    Originally posted by wizard34
    Here, this should answer all your questions.
    Yup, that's the tutorial I used. It's not working for some reason though Can you take a look at the code please?

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    anyone?

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    I couldn't open the file. Please save as Flash MX, not 2004.

    Make sure you put the Action Script in the right place; On the buttons, not on the frames. You might want to try going through the tut. one more time just to make sure you did everything right.

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