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Part: IV Putting It All Together for the Web > Linking Your Movie to the Web

Hour 18. Linking Your Movie to the Web

Now that you've explored all the basics of creating images, animations, buttons, and interactivity, you can move on to “putting it all together for the Web.” In this first hour of this section of the book, you'll learn about getting your Flash movies into Web pages and linking them to other pages. The knowledge you've acquired up to this point will make the task at hand easy. It helps, however, if you've seen a few Flash Web sites so that you'll have an idea where you're headed.

A Flash movie can simply be played on your computer (as is the case every time you do a “Test Movie”). The fun part comes when you upload your Flash movie to a Web server so anyone (with a browser and the free Flash player) can see it. Not only can your movie be seen by anyone in the world, but you can include links that give the user a way to jump to other sites. You'll do all that this hour!


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