Flash has its pros & cons for websites. It's awful for SEO purposes, and HTML5 is now becoming the norm (much faster, accesible).
That said, you can either incorporate flash elements into a website by using the tag, this can include movies, navigation, into pages etc. You can find more information on that at http://w3schools.com/ in HTML tutorials.
The other option is to make a whole website out of flash which is generally slow, done by a professional and is based on the language of ActionScript - the latest version being AS3.
by cheapskatemate 7 years ago
Do real users use ezinearticles?I was looking through ezinearticles, but found that the articles are all aimed at getting link backs for the authors, and that the user interaction is very basic which makes it harder for users to give authors feedback.So I'm wondering, do people only use...
by ArtVandelay66 7 years ago
For SEO purposes, can I have just a single word link to my website?When leaving a link for SEO purposes, does the URL need to readable or can another word such as my first name be a hyperlink to my site with the URL not explicitly visible? Would having the URL be explicitly visible be more...
by fundamentallife 7 years ago
What is your best linking strategy for SEO purposes? And...what tools do you use?Thanks,AJ..
by ScienceFairLady 8 years ago
Would you like to exchange articles with links in them for seo purposes?You left a comment on my microscope hub. Thanks, MadelineMadeline@super-science-fair-projects.com
by Bess 10 years ago
HI,I'm new to this and would like to use my hub pages for links to my website for SEO purposes. Please can someone help me out by explaining how to do this. I tried to use HTML but it didn't work.Many thanks,Bess.
by saleheensblog 7 years ago
I was invited to be moved on new subdomain in response to my interest in the blog. I have no clue what will happen. Whatever, how are you people choosing your new name?
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