ActionScript 1/2 :: Make Flash Site Stay Centered In Browser?
Sep 11, 2009
I'm still farely new to flash so this my be real easy i make my flash site stay centered in the browser no matter what size screen they are viewing it on....i like the look of a clean centered site not matter what size the screen you view it on.
[URL]make fully in flash, can interact with the brwoser size (try to resize the windows and see what happen). I thought that it isn't possible, but i unserstoond that i was wrong after saw the louis vuitton site.. Then how i can activate the "browser scroller interfacing" with my swf?
I am trying to centre my flash site I have used the following code: stage.scaleMode = StageScaleMode.NO_BORDER; stage.align = StageAlign.TOP; My first scene which is a intro clip, containing motion tweens of text, works fine but when I click enter and get to my site as soon as I move the resizer on my browser my stage jumps far off the page and I can only see the bottom of it.
some browser sizes it looks fine but at others because the mc uses the browser window width and heigth/2 to find the middle of the stage.But at some sizes the half of the browser windows becomes an uneven number, which is blurring the pixel fontthe pixel font is in the mcSite mc) How can I solve this?
My code: Stage.scaleMode = 'noScale'; Stage.align = 'TL';
I'm having a lot of trouble with a website a friend asked me to make her.For the longest time, I couldn't figure out how to make the site resize according to the browser. (Any help with how to have the background/stage expand while keeping the movieclip containing the content centered and the same size would be a great bonus.)Now, with the code I found after weeks of searching, I'm recieving error 1046. What is this, and how do I fix it? Or, how do I implement the changes to resize background/keep movieclip constant?
the new clip grom nelly feat justin really is wicked man! but ehm, my question is following: when i publish my site, i can't get it centered! i tried to change the publish settings, but it wouldn't make
What I would like is to keep my original movie size (800x600) but have it centered both horizontally and vertically in the browser window. If the user expands the browser window, I'd like it to dynamically center itself both horizontally and vertically in the new window size.There is one that fits what I need, but it doesn't work properly. [URL]The current result when I use this in the HTML file is that everything is enlarged past the window size (and I end up with scroll bars), and the flash item is not centered.
I found a page that launches a full-screen browser window with a SWF in it. This SWF is non-resizable, and it is centered inside a browser window in such a manner, that both bottom AND TOP get cut off if the screen size is smaller than that of a flash file.Usually an embedded SWF would be tied to top left corner of the browser window in case of a smaller screen. In other words, top edge and left edge of a SWF file would always start at 0, 0 if the screen is too small. URL...Java script on the index page launches the full-screen browser window. But what makes the movie inside that window perfectly centered, even on a smaller (i.e. 800x600) screen, letting its BOTH bottom AND TOP edges be clipped? Is there some flash code for it? I couldn't find anything in the html code.
I'm building a website here and It's a fullscreen flash site. Everything is grouped into an MC on the main timeline. This main MC has a Navigation MC with buttons in it and a Content MC. And I'm using this code on the MC to keep it all centered in the browser:
The second page Safety_mc has some external links to .pdf & .jpg files. When I am on Safety_mc page and click a link it opens a pdf file in same window it is fine. But when I click on back button on web browser, it takes me to Home_mc instead of Safety_mc. How to resolve this problem?
in other words, suppose I want to send data, like text, programmatically from a Windows app (such as a browser plugin) to a Flash app running in the browser. Well, conceptually, an example of this might be a Flash instant messenger with a textbox and button "Send"; so let's say I want to be able to programmatically paste the text and press Send or otherwise activate it. That's NOT what I am trying to do here in reality (i.e., no,I am not trying to spam other people's chat rooms or anything)but just an illustration of a similar situation.I can include in it whatever widget or hack that may be necessary.The reason why this problem is arising for me is that AFAIK the SDK that is providing me the data I want cannot be directly accessed from Flash, so I need a way to pipe the data from a regular app into Flash. can I have the Flash app interact with other apps through localhost IP? Or are there draconian restrictions on which server Flash in browser can and cannot interact?
Im designing a website but having trouble viewing the whole page on different sized monitors. On more square resolution monitors, the left side of the website will get cut off. If you scale the browser window up, to a more widescreen format again the site will come back into view, but as you scale your browser window to the left e.i. making it more square, agian the left side gets cut off.
anyone know how to prevent or fix this? the site address is [URL]
I have to launch a full browser Flash site tonight, all is working great except one issue. The doc type which should be a validated working doc type (below) is throwing my whole flash to the top of the page leaving about 80% of the page all white:View problem site: http[url]....
Code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
But if I use an outdated doc type (below), it works just fine and fills the browser fluidly as it should.
I was wondering how can I make my links in Flash readable for browsers? In other words, to be able to provide link to specific section of my website. For illustration, take a look at Jenson Button's website:The link above points to the "News" section, although the site is in flash.
I have a full flash website built using Flash (of course). So I publish it using flash itself. But I am having a difficult time aligning it in center with its original dimension. I dun want my swf stretch out or scale at all. I want to display it without scaling and also in the center of the browser window. stage.scaleMode = StageScaleMode.SHOW_ALL; stage.scaleMode = StageScaleMode.NO_SCALE; stage.align = StageAlign.TOP; I did try these and also tried changing my publish settings but didn't work.
I've embeded my swf file in .net application and after navigating to some pages in swf file and pressing f5 or refresh, its navigating to starting page of swf file and browsers path always shows the same path (main.aspx page) in which I am embedding the swf file. After navigating to some pages in swf file also it shows the sam path. So its refreshing the aspx page and giving the starting page. How can I control the browser to stay in current page of swf file.
I followed a tutorial here on kirupa on how to make a centered pup-up window. I kinda got it working. But when i test the movie out a blank page with the word "object" in the left corner appears behind the photo-gallery I have in the pop-up. When I upploaded it and tried if it would work "on the net" the button that brings up the pop-up does nothing.
Is there any way to make a full browser swf that, at a certain point, stops scaling to the stage and allows the browser to use it's native scrollbars? For example, say my flash site has a top bar (it's y is always 0) and a bottom bar (it's y might be stageHeight - 15). Is there any way to tell the movie to stop scaling if the bottom bar's y is less than say 300, and from that point have the browser display it's scrollbars allowing you to scroll the content?
How to make a centered pupup window. I kinda got it working. But when I test the movie out a blank page with the word "object" in the left corner appears behind the photo-gallery I have in the popup. When I upploaded it and tried if it would work "on the net" the button that brings up the popup does nothing.