Drop Shadow To Your Flash Website - 2

Drop Shadow To Your Flash Website - 2
Note: You might need to make some adjustments to the positions of the other objects in your Flash movie. In the working example for the series, I found that the navigation menu image was too wide and reached beyond the edge of the rectangle into the drop shadow. Also the frog and buttons need to be nudged to the left a little. Finally, the copyright text needed to be moved up slightly.

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If you are just starting to read the series and therefore not adding the drop shadow background to a finished website, you would add the drop shadow background image just before you add the navigation menu image. To prevent it from extending into the drop shadow, the navigation menu image should be the same width as the background rectangle above.

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Step 6. Save the changes. You can now save the new additions to your movie. Click File> Save. Then republish your website as you did before.

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