|After you have created the best-of-the-web FlashR movie or website, you are finally ready to publish it to the web. Some people find this a confusing process the first time through. There are a few points that we should cover to make your life easier. |
After this conditional statement, are the controls for the swf file. These controls are based on the Document properties and Publish settings for your Flash movie. For example, let's say that you have set the Document Width and Height properties in your Flash movie to be 550 x 600. These same values are used to set the width and height of the display area in the browser. Other display settings include the webpage background color, the horizontal and vertical alignment for the Flash movie and playback controls. Most importantly, it tells the browser where to find the swf file.
If you are having trouble getting your published swf file to display in the browser, verify that all three of these published files are in the correct location and that the code in the HTML file is correct.