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    Hey everyone,

    i wonder if any of you can help me. Ive been learning flash on and off for a couple of months now and it is taking me a lot longer to get used to this than it did things like photoshop/dreamweaver etc... Anyhows on with the problem/request -

    How do you build a 'modular' website with flash (similar to the way www.2advanced.com have done theirs) In that you can click a link in one module and it will change things in other modules or mutiple modules. I hope you understand what Im trying to say. Ive looked around for tutorials and cant find any that explain this clearly. Any help/suggestions would be greatfully appreciated

    Thanks for your help!

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    Senior Member gabe89's Avatar
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    you load seperate .swf files into one main .swf file via 'loadMovie'

    run through this tutorial:
    http://www.kirupa.com/developer/mx/full_site.htm

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    Senior Member Elroy's Avatar
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    What gabe89 said is refer to loading external swf into main swf file in runtime. <--- which is very useful if you don't already know it.

    Here is another thing you must know:
    Most of the time you will have to label the timeframe of one movieClip. And give the name for a movieClip on the main scene.
    And then you can control the movieClip by another movieClip by calling the specific movieClip name and pointing to specific timeframe.
    This is exactly how you make one thing control all other things.

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