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    I need some help please.

    I just bought this template:
    http://osc.template-help.com/wt_25521/index.html

    I have dreamweaver cs4, photoshop cs3, illustrator, and some other adobe stuff.

    I finally figured out how to load it up in my dreamweaver and now I am looking at it with the code showing and live view. I have a few questions.

    1. Do you see at the top left of the webpage where it says, " Net Blast "? How can I edit that to change the name?

    2. Where it says, " Faster than anywhere else". How can I edit that?

    Yes, I am very new to this be willing to learn if someone can help me.

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    When you view your files, do you see any files with the extension of .xml ?

    Usually, Flash designers will use an XML file to allow the site owner to
    customize the text, and other settings. An XML file can be opened with
    Notepad and edited like a normal plain text file.

    If you have XML file(s) provided by the author, open them and look for the text.

    We have no way of seeing those by looking at your website online.


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    Yes I have one xml file.

    dwsync.xml

    Just open it? Which program do I use to open it with exactly?

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    Oh wait thats a dreamweaver file.

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    That's a TemplateMonster file. In your template package, there should be an encrypted archive called sources.zip. In there, you'll find the FLA file, which you can edit using Adobe Flash.

    If you don't have Flash, you'll have to have TM edit the file for you. They usually do that at a reasonable price.

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    Yes, that header was made in Adobe Flash.

    The only way you can edit that is to obtain the .fla of the file, which should be called "header_v8.fla."

    Open that in flash, and you can change whatever you want.

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    Woot yes I have that .fla. So open that in flash huh? Umm ok. Ha Let me try that next.

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    OK dumb question is photoshop usable for editing flash?

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    You need to buy Flash editing software, and then know how to use it.
    I'm guessing it's probably expensive to buy, but maybe there are some
    clones or open source? I'm not a Flash guy, so I'm not sure.


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    No, you cannot open Flash files in Photoshop.
    You have to obtain Adobe Flash in order to edit it.

    It is expensive: $699.

    You can get a trial from here. You need an account on the Adobe website to download it, but they're quick and free to make.


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