fitting name for a power seller
You should show us how you did that tag cloud you got there I love it!
edit: I see it’s a wordpress plugin. very cool.
What if users had the ability to tag a favorite file (you can only have one favorite). Then the top 40 (or 100) files who are tagged as favorites the most end up in the list. This is a list I’d love to see!
I’m not trying to be mean and I appreciate your interest in my file, I really do, but I feel you are in over your head. Getting the file online with the correct width and height is just one step in many than needs to be achieved. You mentioned that you have not worked with xml before and the file has many xml options that need to be edited and understood.
My suggestion going forward is to spend time learning about html, xml, css and file structure before continuing to work with Flash (you have to learn to walk before you can run).
Good luck with your endeavors,
The Wall is not intended to display a set amount of images in each row. Instead, it calculates the space allocated vs. the size of your thumbnails. So if you have allocated 500 pixels in width and your thumbnail width is 100 pixels wide then 5 thumbnails would fit in a row.
You have to adjust the code I gave you. Take out the ”%” sign and replace “100” with however many pixels you want it to be.
You will probably also have to open the Flash file and republish the file with the fixed width and height you intend to use. If you do not have Flash CS3 , then you’d have to wrap the embed code in a div with a fixed width and height like below:
I’m not sure my file is suited for your implementation. I wonder if there is a non-liquid file here on FlashDen that would better suit your needs.
In the “script.as” file, put this code at the bottom and test it.
What does the output window say?
Is the movieclip “title1” on the main timeline?
Yes very nice Chuck. Tsafi, share what you learn from your reports whenever you can
Most likely you’re top layer is being replaced by the PV3D assets. You could probably overcome this by swapping your movie clip back to the top at the end of the existing code:
this.setChildIndex(yourMC, numChildren – 1);