The following steps will give Advanced Users the flexibility to add or modify flash slideshows or buttons on a Top Producer Website.
IMPORTANT: The instructions in this article are intended for advanced users.
Users not familiar with flash slideshows or buttons should consult an independent Website Designer before performing these steps
- From the main menu click Edit Site. This Website Manager window opens.
- Click Update My Site Options. The Site Options window opens.
- Click the Browse button under Upload files to your Storage space. The Choose File window opens.
- Double-click the desired *.swf file of your slideshow or button(s) to add it to the empty box beside the Browse button.
- Click the Upload button. You may see a progress window indicating the status of the upload.
- Once the upload is complete you will see the *.swf from the Web Site Files: section.
- Right click on .swf file then left click on Copy Shortcut – The URL will be used in the HTML code added to the general layout page.
- Click the OK button.
- Click Edit Site. The Website Manager window opens
- Click Manage My Pages. The Page Manager window opens.
- Click the View/Edit link next to the desired General Layout page. The Page Editor – Standard Layouts page opens.
- Scroll down to the Content area and click the <> button found in the lower left corner of the content area to edit the page in HTML
- If the flash object is to be placed between paragraphs/content, click on to the area where the flash is to be inserted, type 11111 into desired area then click the <> button to access the HTML editor. Search through the HTML code to find 11111 and replace 11111 with the code below.
- Paste following code into the desired location on the page in the HTML editor:
<div style="TEXT-ALIGN: center"><embed src=### width=W height=H type=application/x-shockwave-flash allowscriptaccess="always"></div>
Note: the highlighted items in the code above. Replace these items based on the following criteria:
### = URL location of the .swf file copied from Site Options
H = height of flash object
W = width of flash object