I need a Flash element created for the “Portfolio?? page of my website. The Flash element is a vertical stack of boxes, each showing an example of my work. One of the boxes is large, the rest are small. Using an up-and-down slider, the user will be able to scroll vertically through the boxes, and using this same slider, the user will be able to control what is displayed in the large screen. When an item is in the large box, there will be text displayed in a “text box?? to the right. Also, when an item is in the large box, a button will appear in the text box, saying “Click to Launch.?? Clicking will launch the site, obviously. While only a few little boxes will be visible on the screen at any given time, the user will be able to cycle through 25 of them total. **I’ve designed all the elements that you will need. I just need them put to work in Flash.** I’ve included an example of what I need done. One big challenge: This Flash element must be designed such that I can update it. I have no Flash ability whatsoever, and I don’t own Flash. But I have some ideas as to how we can accomplish this, with my HTML skills. Another challenge, but much less important, is that I have a handful of different backgrounds for the page, and I would like this Flash element to work on all of them, and possibly . I’m willing to reconsider this wish, if necessary. I’d be happy to answer any questions or explain anything that is unclear here.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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