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I need a little tuning of the Q Creative flash website theme : http://activeden.net/item/q-creative-xml-website-template/103568

I need a subscription form on the Home page, I have changed the theme quite a lot but if I’m guessing right then it’s just a matter of adding the contact form xml to the Home page xml.

Any quotes please? Here or email me through my profile, I have contacts with jquery guys and dev’s but no flash dev so if you can do this then there may be more work like this in the future.

Cheerz.

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maybe try the author?

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maybe try the author?

I did try the author but he is beyond my budget, had a dev email me now anyway so hopefully I’m ok.

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Hi Robby,

To help with getting an accurate quote, here are some details:

  • The template only allows for 1 swf/module per page.
  • The solution would be to load the home page module AND the contact module into a single swf, and then load that single swf into the template.
  • The modules will run outside of the template, but the xml and css urls will need to be hard-coded in the ActionScript if this is done. These urls are determined in the Document classes of every module.
  • When the modules are run outside of the template (like in the example above), the borders/blurs are not available. One solution could be to use the special “custom module” template, but this only supports a single blur border (which may/may not look that great with two modules side by side).
  • Good luck Robby :)

    Also, whoever picks up the job, feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

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Hi Robby,

To help with getting an accurate quote, here are some details:

  • The template only allows for 1 swf/module per page.
  • The solution would be to load the home page module AND the contact module into a single swf, and then load that single swf into the template.
  • The modules will run outside of the template, but the xml and css urls will need to be hard-coded in the ActionScript if this is done. These urls are determined in the Document classes of every module.
  • When the modules are run outside of the template (like in the example above), the borders/blurs are not available. One solution could be to use the special “custom module” template, but this only supports a single blur border (which may/may not look that great with two modules side by side).

Good luck Robby :)

Also, whoever picks up the job, feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Thanks, I didn’t realise there was so much to do, that’s because I don’t usually use Flash. Luckily this is a personal project so I may be able to find a way around it, ‘all’ I want is a site like the official Hurt Locker movie website but it doesn’t seem to be going that way – see what I have so far at http://www.robbydesigns.com/yosai

Hmmm.wondering what to do now…

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looking really nice Robby .. I think you can create a php contact form inside a html page and link it to the flash template since no effects are required. :)

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^ Yeah a simple popup would do the trick.

Also, because you’re using the text module, technically you can embed a flash file in a text field. This can be done like this:

<img src="contact.swf" />

Sorry I didn’t think of that before.

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