Peachpit, Written by Kris Hadlock
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.
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