Pack pizzazz into your Web sites with Flash
Start with simple animation, or create whole pages in Flash
The newest version of Flash offers all sorts of cool options for designing Web sites that stand out from the crowd, and this handy guide makes it easy. Enhance your site with animated graphics, boxes, or buttons; morph shapes; create text with exotically changing colors; add sound or video; and watch visitors flock to your site
Ellen Finkelstein is the author of more than 20 books on AutoCAD(r), PowerPoint(r), and Flash(r). Gurdy Leete has more than 20 years experience in computer animation.
Part I: A Blast of Flash.
Chapter 1: Getting Acquainted with Flash CS3.
Chapter 2: Your Basic Flash.
Part II: 1,000 Pictures and 1,000 Words.
Chapter 3: Getting Graphic.
Chapter 4: You Are the Object Editor.
Chapter 5: What?s Your Type?
Chapter 6: Layering It On.
Part III: Getting Symbolic.
Chapter 7: Heavy Symbolism.
Chapter 8: Pushing Buttons.
Part IV: Total Flash-o-Rama.
Chapter 9: Getting Animated.
Chapter 10: Getting Interactive.
Chapter 11: Extravagant Audio, High-Velocity Video.
Part V: The Movie and the Web.
Chapter 12: Putting It All Together.
Chapter 13: Publishing Your Flash Files.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 14: Ten Frequently Asked Questions.
Chapter 15: Ten Best Flash Resources.
Chapter 16: Ten Flash Designers to Watch.
Part VII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Installing Flash and Setting Your Preferences.
Appendix B: The Property Inspector and the Panels.
Appendix C: What?s on the Companion Web Site.