The Flash video scripting program allows developers to build visuals into websites. Those visuals can redirect a site visitor to a different part of the site after a Flash animation concludes. Create the URL transfer using either ActionScript 2 or ActionScript 3.
Click the Adobe Flash file icon to open the existing Flash document.
Click into the last frame of the sequence.
Use the F9 hot key to open "Actions."
Go to the bottom of the existing script.
Use a "getUrl" command if you're using ActionScript 2. Type getUrl followed by parentheses, quotation marks and the full Url as follows:
Use a "navigateToURL" command with ActionScript 3:
Tips & Warnings
- Photo Credit scanrail/iStock/Getty Images
How to Redirect Rainwater From a Downspout
Your house would probably be better off without gutters if they simply dump water in concentrated areas right next to its foundation....
How to Add Flash SWF Files to a Page in Dreamweaver CS4
The way Dreamweaver handles embedding Flash SWF movies (in .swf format) to a page has changed in Adobe Dreamweaver CS4. It's still...
How to Prevent Flash Animations From Looping
Some Flash programs are set up to automatically loop animations, so that they repeat in a continuous cycle. If you do not...
Creating a Link button in Flash CS3
How to create a URL link button in Flash; learn more about encoding video on websites in this free instructional video.
How to Make a Flash Intro for Your Website
Making a Flash intro for your website requires downloading a program called Adobe Flash, which contains all the tools you'll need. Find...