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Flash and ActionScript are ideal for creating flexible, easily updatable web sites that are both unique in design and small in file size. In Creating a Portfolio Web Site Using Flash CS4 Professional, Adobe Certified Instructor Paul Trani shows how to exploit Flash to create a web site that showcases work to clients and prospective employers. Find out how to add dynamic navigation, animation, and video to a page, and how to load, sort and display XML that enables portfolio content to be updated without opening Flash. This course is designed to take your existing tweening skills and gotoAndPlay code and walk away with a fully functional Flash site. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing) Hello! My name is Paul Trani and welcome to Creating a Portfolio Website with Flash CS4 Professional. Now, are you interested in creating a website to show off your work? Then this course is for you. I am going to be really walking you through all of the ins and outs of how to create a robust, flexible portfolio website in Flash from the ground up. I will show you how to incorporate good web design principles, how to create a user-friendly site, including dynamic navigation, eye-catching transitions, multiple content sections, sound to bring your site to life, and of course, I will show you how to display an unlimited number of images, complete with supporting text and links.
Or, what if you want to show off some of your video or film work? No problem, because you will also see how to create a video portfolio. I will even include some of my bonus sites that you can take and modify to your liking. Now, let's get started Creating a Portfolio Website in Flash CS4 Professional.
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