This tutorial demonstrates how to load and manipulate (resize in this example, but once you have access to the API you can do a whole lot of other things) FlashPaper 2.0 SWF files with ActionScript 2.0.
You will need:
- Flash MX 2004 or Flash 8
- FlashPaper 2.0
Click here to see the example in action.
Click on the attachment to download sample files.
In this example, we will simply load a FlashPaper 2.0 document and scale it to fit the → Continue reading “Loading and Manipulating FlashPaper 2.0 SWFs into Flash”
Following is a quick tutorial on how to set-up and use the set of captioned FLVPlayback skins created by Michael Jordan.
This tutorial covers using the skins with ActionScript 2.0 cuepoints.
First off, download the set of skins. I’ve included them with this blog entry (because Adobe is notorious for moving and deleting pages), but there may be a newer version out there so check out this page, and/or Michael’s page.
Once you’ve downloaded and installed the skins → Continue reading “Using Michael Jordan’s Open Source Captioned Skins for the FLVPlayback Component in AS 2.0”
I recently had a client who was hosting a site on IIS under Windows XP Pro using .NET and ASP.
As a result, I needed to set up an appropriate development environment to test and debug the site before handing it over.
I opted for setting up VMware install that was running the necessary OS and software.
Following is a quick how-to on setting it all up.
Installing IIS 5.1 and .NET 2.0 on Windows XP Pro:
- Go to Add/Remove
→ Continue reading “Setting Up an IIS Webserver under Windows XP Pro”
Knowing your most popular entry point helps you determine the kind of content that is driving traffic to your site. This in turn helps you determine what kind of changes and additional content you should add to your site to help boost your success. There are a number of different tracking and reporting packages that can answer this question. NBI provides a hosted tracking solution called goalTracker which enables you to answer that and many other questions about your website → Continue reading “Your Most Popular Entry Page and Its Impact on Layout and Design”