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deanb
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Are there any on AD or TF other than the TF ones with just a banner rotater on the front page? I would imagine these would be big sellers.

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Quantax
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I’m not really sure, but I think that in TF there’s something you’ve told about …

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ant_farm
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I would imagine these would be big sellers.

I really doubt that. Personally I can’t find any good reason people would want a hybrid website :)

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bitfade
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TF is full of it, no point in having this stuff also on AD

you can get one from “them” and just add a flash slideshow on top page.

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I would imagine these would be big sellers.

I really doubt that. Personally I can’t find any good reason people would want a hybrid website :)

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So they can use Flash only for the interactive elements, where HTML doesn’t fit the bill. That’s the way all websites should be actually.

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I have three hybrid websites that I have built myself using html and files from AD, they work very well together, as you get the best of both, SEO plus the interactive sections where flash is best.

The ones I found on TF just had a slideshow/banner rotator stuck on the top. But there is so much more what can be done using both.

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KrownThemes
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I have three hybrid websites that I have built myself using html and files from AD, they work very well together, as you get the best of both, SEO plus the interactive sections where flash is best. The ones I found on TF just had a slideshow/banner rotator stuck on the top. But there is so much more what can be done using both.
I’m curious how they look..can you sent me links trough my profile? :)
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ant_farm
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I have three hybrid websites that I have built myself using html and files from AD, they work very well together, as you get the best of both, SEO plus the interactive sections where flash is best. The ones I found on TF just had a slideshow/banner rotator stuck on the top. But there is so much more what can be done using both.

I’m curious as well, please send me the link as well. Thanks.

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I would imagine these would be big sellers.

I really doubt that. Personally I can’t find any good reason people would want a hybrid website :)

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So they can use Flash only for the interactive elements, where HTML doesn’t fit the bill. That’s the way all websites should be actually.

I do understand the point of hybrid :). However I’ve never seen a good example that makes the use of both flash and html logical. Maybe my imagination isn’t good enough, but I like them separately :)

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