To those who know how, this is going to sound like a stupid question. I have a website that is written in all html with a little JS.
A decision was made to toss in a FLASH section that displays photos. I was able to get this done with the appropriate software.
The problem is, I cannot for the life of me figure out what to do to STOP the movie. Once the viewer enters
that flash photo room, they can shift between albums of photos but nothing I have tried allows them to exit
back to the website. I have been able to kill the whole thing but no graceful exit back to the page they
The entry is via <a href> to the proper "flash.html" file. Once in there, everything works fine (I guess) at least it looks like I want it to.
But I know nothing about Flash in general. I have tried editing the flash.html section and gotten nowhere. <a href> back to index.html wont work
as it usually does from other pages. I understand that inside the "Flash world" there are different rules and fs:command (quit) Maybe? I don't know why the people who made the software that created the flash module did
not say upfront "some experience required"
. I need to give my viewer the option to exit is all and it needs to exit back to index.html.
PS: I am NOT a Flash programmer
Thanks for any help