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    How do I make my flash site show/work as normal html site?

    Is there a way to make my Flash site show/work as normal html site?

    Flash CS4

    Thanks

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    3o min later it will be ok

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    Anybody?

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    I believe the question is too general to answer with any clarity. In what way do you want it to work that you need html and not flash?

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    Well for example.... there's people who try to visit the site with their iPhones. And iPhones don't support flash. But if the site was to appear as html instead of flash, more devices would be able to support it.

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    Most large sites redirect to a mobile site even without flash on their main site.

    JavaScript can detect if visiting in mobile:
    PHP Code:
    function detectmob() { 
     if( 
    navigator.userAgent.match(/Android/i)
     || 
    navigator.userAgent.match(/webOS/i)
     || 
    navigator.userAgent.match(/iPhone/i)
     || 
    navigator.userAgent.match(/iPad/i)
     || 
    navigator.userAgent.match(/iPod/i)
     || 
    navigator.userAgent.match(/BlackBerry/i)
     || 
    navigator.userAgent.match(/Windows Phone/i)
     ){
        return 
    true;
      }
     else {
        return 
    false;
      }


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    And then what? I have to make a mobile site?

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    Depending on the client and the scope of the project, I have to not only create different sites for mobile and PC, I also have to create different sites for different browser types on both.

    In the past the beauty of flash was that one plugin sees all. You can thank Apple for ending that.

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    Yeah, it sucks when I can't view my website on my iPhone So let me get this straight. I make a Flash site, and then use the code above to redirect in case a phone is viewing?

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    I don't worked with that, but... how about exporting the movie to HTML5 with Flash CS6?

    Is the resulting HTML simmilar enough to SWF movies? Is it well rendered in mobile (Apple) devices?

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