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Old November 19th, 2004, 05:55 AM
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hi,
how can i add html codes to a flash movie?
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Old November 19th, 2004, 04:28 PM
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What do you mean "html codes"?

With a TextArea, for example, you can go to the Component Inspector and change the html field to true. Then you can use HTML-formatted text in that instance. Is this what you were talking about?

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Old November 19th, 2004, 09:33 PM
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i need to paste this code for mailing list to work. how can i do this?

<--!-- Start franky.com Service Code -->
<--div align="center">
<--div style="padding:0px; border:1px solid #999999; width:235px; margin: 0px;background-color:#F2F4FA;">
<--form action="http://pub6.franky.com/elist/add.php" method="post" style="margin:0px;">
<--div style="background-color:#DBE0F5;padding:3px;font:12px arial;color:black;"><--b>Join the Mailing List<--/b><--/div>
<--div style="margin:10px; font: 11px arial; color: black; text-align:right;">
<--div style="margin-bottom:5px;">Enter your name and email address below:<--/div>
Name: <--input type="text" name="ename" size="25" maxlength="60" /><--br>
Email: <--input type="text" name="emailaddress" size="25" maxlength="100" /><--br>
<--input type="radio" name="action" value="join" checked style="border: 0px;"/>Subscribe&nbsp;
<--input type="radio" name="action" value="leave" style="border: 0px;" />Unsubscribe&nbsp;
<--input type="hidden" name="usernum" style="border: 0px solid black; height: 0px; width: 0px;" value="495123735" /><--input type="hidden" name="cpv" style="border: 0px solid black; height: 0px; width: 0px;" value="1" />
<--input type="submit" name="submit" value="GO" /><--/div>
<--div align="center" style="margin-bottom:5px;"><--a title="Free Mailing Lists from franky.com" href="http://www.franky.com"><--img src="http://assets.franky.com/cp/bn-elist.gif" alt="Free Mailing Lists from franky.com" border="0"><--/a><--/div><--/form>
<--/div><--/div>
<--!-- End franky.com Service Code -->

 
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For your text area, you can do what Snib suggested and change the HTML value to true. Then, you can paste the HTML code inside the text area

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i go to the Component Inspector, where do i paste this html code ?
 
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 i go to the Component Inspector, where do i paste this html code ?
Like I said, paste it in the text area.

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sorry.. i have followed your instructions and i only see a blank text input box in the flash movie

 
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OK,

Make sure the Properites panel is visible. From there, you will need to make sure you set the HTML value to True. Also, make sure you set the Editable option to false since you don't want anyone editing the text. Then, you can paste your HTML code.

Let me know if you need further assistance,

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i have got this error message

Scene 1, Binding between <unknown>.. and <Instance Name>.text.: The endpoint of the binding does not exist
Scene 1, Binding between <unknown>.. and <Instance Name>.text.: The endpoint of the binding has no name







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