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Thread: Is 250kb too big for a flash website?

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    Is 250kb too big for a flash website?

    I know theres no real answer to this because it really depends on what you have and stuff...

    But what is like, the typical overkill in size for websites?? What do people try to constrain the size to?

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    Well, is it one page? Is it all loaded at once? Does it include video or some other animation that plays for awhile?

    It depends on your audience and what the purpose of your website is, but if it's a single frame, single page site that loads 250k before you can do anything with it, I would say yes, that's too big.

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    It's in four scenes...


    First scene = Preloader
    2nd = Person 1's page
    3rd= Person 2's page
    4th= Person 3's page


    I apparently had some bitmaps from a scene I deleted that took up 130KB so I got rid of those and now I'm down to like 120KB..

    The preloader shows up after 30kb so thats not so bad..

    But I dont know how to preload only one scene..
    If I could preload Person 1's page only , then person 2's when I click on it.. That'd be better......

    Do you know how to load only one scene at a time?

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    Hi
    it nice combination of color & good layout
    I think u should make three swf of different section . It help you fast load or open very quick, if u see some idea so plz look this link

    http://www.melangedesign.net

    any question then ask me

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    Abloom
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    Pls send me some good flash sites link if u know

    hi
    if any body know flash sites link pls post it

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    If you want to load only one scene at a time, you'd probably want to separate each scene into it's own .swf file and use loadMovie() to load them when the user clicks to go to a different one.

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