Creating Navigation and Publishing Movies in Flash CS5

This course targets a range of in-training or established IT professionals needing to learn how to use Flash without any prior experience with the product. Learners are expected to have basic computing and word-processing skills, familiarity with web terminology and Internet navigation, and experience working in a Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh environment.


Expected Duration
90 minutes

Creating intuitive and easy-to-use web site navigation is key to good web design. Using Flash Professional CS5, you can create effective web site navigation that allows users to easily find the information they’re looking for. The final stages in the design process involve testing and publishing your application, ensuring that its functionality is free from errors. This course demonstrates how to create navigation within a Flash CS5 movie. It outlines how to structure web content into multiple Flash SWF files, which has many benefits including decreased download time. The course explains how to fully test and preview your movie, as well as publish it and integrate it with HTML.


Creating Navigation within a Flash CS5 Movie

  • recognize how to add navigation to a Flash CS5 movie
  • recognize how to add secondary navigation to a Flash CS4 web site
  • identify reasons for dividing a site into multiple Flash CS5 SWF files
  • recognize how to load and display external content using ActionScript 3.0
  • Publishing Flash CS5 Movies

  • recognize how to test a Flash CS5 movie for publication
  • recognize how to use the Bandwidth Profiler in Flash CS5
  • recognize how to publish a movie in Flash CS5
  • identify the design considerations for combining Flash and HTML
  • recognize how to publish a SWF file along with an HTML page
  • recognize how to insert Flash CS5 content using Dreamweaver




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