How to link a Flash .swf file to a website?

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Hello,

I'm a newbie in flash, I'm using Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 which was very easy to insert the code for the swf banner to work.

After doing a bit of research I have found the events tags: OnClick, onMouseOver...etc. I tried to use onClick to link to a website, but it still didn't work.

Anyone can tell what do I have to write in that onClick box in order to link to another website?

Thanks,
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are you talking about in dreamweaver or in the actual flash file.

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made a tutorial vid real quick 4 u.
http://www.metascapestudios.com/tuts/onrel.mov
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CE/ Pyrocy wrote:
are you talking about in dreamweaver or in the actual flash file.

Flash:
made a tutorial vid real quick 4 u.
http://www.metascapestudios.com/tuts/onrel.mov


Thanks for all the efforts to make this video for me !

The .swf file its already done, so I think I don't have to work with flash.

The only thing I need to do its to insert the .swf into a page and to link it to a another site, if its clicked. For that I was using Macromedia.I tried everything, the .swf is working, but when I click on it, it doesn't redirect to another site.

After lots of research, I saved a .swf from another site. And guess what? When I click on it, i'm beeing redirecting to a site. I didn't know that the .swf file need to contain the link and not to make it later, just like you want to link an image.I'm right?

After seeing the movie, I think I'm gonna install Flash too.
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ya no problem, you should install flash for sure

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