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Information on how to learn Flash is prevalent, but it can be frustrating to understand how to make an entire working web site using this unique technology. Here's a course that cuts through the clutter and offers practical tools for creating a dynamic web site, even for first-time developers. In Creating a First Web Site with Flash CS4 Professional, veteran Flash instructor Paul Trani simplifies the process of integrating animation, video, audio, and user interactivity to create a site that is dynamic and appealing. The goal of this hands-on workshop is to teach web site-building skills for today's demanding interactive industry. Exercise files accompany the course.
I also encourage you to check out what's in the Chapter_09 folder, inside of your Exercise Files folder. In those there's three additional sites in there that you can go ahead and crack open, and just experience and play with. For instance, there's is this sort of a sliding side version that you can check out, all based on code you would have learned throughout this course. There's even this sort of 3D Rotating version, which would make for a great menu, using the 3D tween, very fancy, and there's even this Card Flip version allowing you to navigate the information by flipping over these various cards.
So I encourage you to go ahead and take a stab at all of these, have some fun with them, take any of the code that you want, and really make something awesome of your own.
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