I have another test file that has both absolute and relative links and neither one will work. Advanced Search Forum Client-Side Development HTML Why the links are not working using .swf files? A link to the website? Mike B. Source
getURL ("http://www.iplaymathgames.com", "_blank"); - works but sucks getURL ("http://www.iplaymathgames.com"); - nothing getURL ("http://www.iplaymathgames.com", "_self"); - nothing getURL ("http://www.iplaymathgames.com", "_top"); - nothing getURL ("http://www.iplaymathgames.com", "_parent"); - nothingSorry I Did it change to a hand?
Please check your spelling and try again. We've created an Articulate Presenter file with links that point to external URLs. am I missing something totally obvious? To do this, you need to go to the Adobe site.
Then relative to the Web page, the button will have the right path. Download Adobe Flash Player There was an unknown error logging you in. The links within the .swf are not working (if I click on them, they do nothing) • I checked an old Shopify site with Flash links that I know was working at http://opacove.myshopify.com/pages/our-team you should be able to click on "about us" and it would go to http://opacove.myshopify.com/pages/about-us - - - - - - here is the embed source:
You can test your Flash files say, output of Adobe Captivate project, by keeping them in a trusted folder. The default output folder in Captivate is already trusted by Flash Player. Pingback: Insert Hyperlinks in a Captivate demo « Technical writers' tool kit Let's talk Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Thank you so much.
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