Build an interactive site

What's this? An 'interactive website' tutorial? Does that sound a bit codey? Don't worry, because we're going to look at how you can add interactivity to your site with just a few clicks of the great video tools in Flash 8. The pain and frustration of producing anything that moves, has sound or is in any way fun on a computer is long gone. You don't need any code knowledge or highly advanced technical skills to do this. Instead, you can spend more time concentrating on how the interactive Flash elements fit within your animations and layouts.

You can't move around the web these days without bumping into new technologies such as AJAX, Flex and Mashups. The internet is becoming less and less static. Where previously the site owners, coders and designers were in charge, now it's very much in the hands of the site visitors.

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