Learnflash.com – Building websites in Flash CS4June 23, 2010 by: Shytex
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In this video series, Craig will teach you the basics of using Flash CS4 to create entire websites that contain animations, sound, video, and much more.
Detailed Video Descriptions:
* 01 – Introduction (Running Time: 00:53)
* 02 – Building a Simple Website (Running Time: 18:00)
In this video, Craig jumps in and gets started creating a simple website from scratch, using only Flash.
* 03 – Making it Work (Running Time: 13:33)
In this video, Craig takes the website he’s constructed and codes the buttons in order to navigate between the pages.
* 04 – Using Frame Labels (Running Time: 13:14)
In this lesson, Craig will demonstrate how to create frame labels and then how to point to those labels in ActionScript in order to make your code more flexible and easier to read.
* 05 – Animated Page Transitions (Running Time: 17:25)
Instead of simply jumping from page to page when we click on our navigation buttons, it would be nice if we could create some kind of animated transition between pages. In this video, Craig will show you how.
* 06 – One-Frame Website (Running Time: 8:09)
In this video, we’ll take everything we’ve learned so far and compress it down so that our entire website takes up only one frame in the main timeline.
* 07 – Attaching Movie Clips with ActionScript (Time: 16:20)
In this video, we’re going to start making a more flexible website by attaching our website pages to the stage using ActionScript.
* 08 – Animating Pages with ActionScript (Running Time: 11:05)
In this video, you’ll learn how to use ActionScript to create an exit animation for your pages.
* 09 – Finishing Up the Animations (Running Time: 14:29)
After one page performs its exit animation, Craig demonstrates how to animate the next page onto the stage.
* 10 – Disabling Buttons (Running Time: 11:01)
In this video, Craig will show you how to disable the button for the page you’re currently viewing.
* 11 – Simple Button Animations (Running Time: 11:35)
In this video, you’ll learn how to create simple rollover animations for your button symbols.
* 12 – Setting Up Movie Clip Buttons (Running Time: 13:55)
You’ll find that if you use Movie Clip symbols for your navigation instead of Button symbols, you’ll have much more flexibility with the behavior of your buttons. In this video, we’ll get started creating some movie clip buttons.
* 13 – Creating the Over Animation (Running Time: 17:34)
With our movie clip button set up, in this video, Craig demonstrates how to create the rollover animation for the button.
* 14 – Creating the Out Animation (Running Time: 8:07)
In this video, Craig demonstrates how to add code for the rollout animation for our movie clip buttons.
* 15 – Finishing Touches (Running Time: 10:00)
In this lesson, Craig adds some finishing touches to our movie clip buttons in ActionScript.
* 16 – Building a Drop Down Menu (Running Time: 17:14)
In this video, Craig demonstrates how to create a popup menu using Flash CS4 and ActionScript 3.
* 17 – Coding the Drop Down Menu (Running Time: 20:00)
In this lesson, Craig will show you the ActionScript code that you need in order to make your popup menu work.
* 18 – Importing Images (Running Time: 12:11)
In this video, Craig will show you how to import the graphics you’ll be using for the project website.
* 19 – Responding to Mouse Movement (Running Time: 13:09)
In this lesson, you will learn how to use ActionScript to make objects respond to the movement of your mouse cursor.
* 20 – Horizontal Movement (Running Time: 15:23)
In this video, you’ll take what you learned in the last video and apply it to the graphical elements in our project website.
* 21 – Vertical Movement (Running Time: 7:52)
Now that our objects are moving horizontally in response to our mouse movement, in this video, we’ll make them move vertically as well.
* 22 – Animated Chimney Smoke (Running Time: 9:45)
In this video, Craig will construct a looping animation of smoke coming out of a chimney.
* 23 – Animating a New Page (Running Time: 10:25)
In this video, Craig will demonstrate how to animate in the contact page for the project website using a shape tween.
* 24 – Building the Contact Form (Running Time: 11:02)
In this lesson, Craig will demonstrate how to build all the graphical elements of the contact form.
* 25 – Making the Contact Page Work (Running Time: 13:33)
In this lesson, Craig will add code to make the contact page appear and disappear when appropriate.
* 26 – Contact Form PHP (Running Time: 13:50) – Now that the contact page is functioning properly, Craig gets started with the contact form itself. In this video, Craig creates the PHP file that will communicate with our ActionScript in order to send out an email.
* 27 – Coding the Contact Form (Running Time: 21:54)
In this video, Craig enters in the ActionScript code needed in order to communicate with the PHP file and send the email.
* 28 – Creating the Media Menu (Running Time: 14:33)
In this video, Craig illustrates how to create a popup menu for the media section of the project website.
* 29 – Creating a Simple Slideshow (Running Time: 11:33)
In this video, we’re going to jump into a new Flash file and build a simple photo gallery for our website.
* 30 – Importing Video (Running Time: 3:07)
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to attach an external video to your Flash website.
* 31 – Loading External SWF Files (Running Time: 16:34)
Now that our photo gallery and video pages are finished, we’re going to learn how to import the photo gallery’s swf file into the main swf file of our website.
* 32 – Loading the Video File (Running Time: 5:16)
In this video, we take the techniques that we learned in the last video and use them to import the swf file that contains our video.
* 33 – Preloading External Files (Running Time: 7:42)
For people with a slow internet connection, it may take a while for the images in the slideshow to load, so in this video, we’ll learn how to create a loading bar that will let the user know how much of the file has been loaded.
* 34 – Coding the Preloader (Running Time: 14:12)
With the graphics in place, Craig will now demonstrate how to code the preloader so that it will load the external SWF files.
* 35 – Preloading Your Website (Running Time: 13:01)
Now that we know how to build a preloader, we’re going to open up a new Flash file and create a preloader for our entire website.
* 36 – Final Touches (Running Time: 10:59)
In this video, Craig adds a glow filter to the clickable graphics within the website in order to make it more obvious to the users that they can interact with the objects.
* 37 – Publishing and Customization (Running Time: 11:53)
Now that the website is complete, Craig will show you how to publish the website for the internet as well as how to customize your HTML file in order to center your website.
* 38 – Conclusion (Running Time: 1:36)
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