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