With all of the flexibility of liquid layouts in CSS, it’s easy to see why full-screen Flash web sites are becoming more popular. A full-screen Flash web site is one that takes up 100% of the browser window, but doesn’t scale according to the window size. This functionality is nothing new; it just hasn’t become popular until recently. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to create a simple full-screen Flash web site, starting from the files that are published through Flash. The sample that’s created in this article can be downloaded here.
Peachpit, Written by Kris Hadlock, Published on Friday, March 7th, 2008