Learn to program a dynamic scrolling gallery for Flash using Actionscript 3 and Actionscript 2. Thumbnails are loaded dynamically from a folder outside of the .swf file. When viewers click on the thumbnail a larger version of the image is also loaded externally. This Flash tutorial teaches both Actionscript 3 and Actionscript 2. Key features include...
-Dynamically load thumbnails and larger-sized images from external folders.Simply tell the Flash file how many files to load, and a base file name like "universe.jpg" then publish and upload!
-Load images JPG, PNG, GIF or other Flash files .SWF
-Thumbnail links can be setup to jump to another frame, another URL, or load larger images as above. Each thumbnail link can run a different Action. The example above only loads images, but you can program links to do anything.
-Completely customizeable. Easily change thumb sizes, scrolling speed, mouse-over areas, colors, etc.Remember, you're buying training, not just a template. By the end of the videos you'll know exactly how to modify the Flash files.