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    So i created a new template, which many people seem to love... What do you guys think?

    Its at :

    http://flashden.net/item/complete-xm...plate-v2/14222

    Also, what would you like to see in the future for V3?

    Justin

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    By XML, you mean XHTML?

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    Nope. By XML I mean you can have the whole Flash site, with advanced slideshows, news sections, contact pages with forms, image galleries, music, etc, all set up on the internet to the way you like it within minutes, WITHOUT OPENING UP A SINGLE FLASH FILE!!!!

    Its amazing!

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    Ah, I see now, it's a Flash site with an XML-driven CMS. Nice work.

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    For version 3, you might consider porting everything over to AS3. Especially since you're working with XML and URL Requests, AS3 is a lot better at handling that stuff. It has much better exception handling, and more robust DOM capabilities.

    Also, you might consider turning your different modules into separate Flash components that can be assembled either as pages or as blocks on a page. That would take you a step closer to what Fantasy Interactive does, with the ability to create complete database-driven Flash websites.

    All in all, I'd say you're well on your way!

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    It looks very nice. Very nice color choice. Why can't I think of things like that...
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    Looks absolutely perfect. A bit of extra care taken to make things better. The image viewer was nice. Keep it up! You must be having a bit of fun at Flashden with the 'honors' you are getting!

    Bit curious to know which websites are going to adapt to these templates.

    Ramnath

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    Hey,

    With XML can the site be listed in a seach engine correctly?

    Thanks,

    Rob

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    it's actually kind of nice, I like how clean it appears.


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