I have a flash template I purchased online. I need this template to be personalized with our own pictures and text. The challenge lies in the fact that whenever we update our content, we don't want to have to open up the flash source file and compile a new flash exec. [url removed, login to view] There are three major areas of personalization: 1) Images ==================== The images on the site will be changed from time to time. This is the large photo when it first loads, the scrolling photos on all of the pages, and the photo on the submenus (the small vegetable pic next to the submenu text) 2) Title/Menu text ================= The title and menu text shouldn't be hardcoded. The title itself should be something we can type in, so if we want one day to display, Company LLC but the next day display Company, LLC., we just have to update that somewhere and it will display that text. Also, there is space for 6 pages. We do not do farm services as such, so I should be able to update this information somewhere of what the page titles should be. 3) Body Content ==================== The content it current uses is built into the flash file, but we like to change this from time to time. We should be able to update a text/html file somewhere, it the flash file will pull that and display that instantly. That being said, the flash source itself will be modified to refer to external files/images to get the content. The images point to predefined images such as [url removed, login to view], and [url removed, login to view] etc The menu points to a file called [url removed, login to view] where the names of 6 specified pages are shown. The content is derived from external files like [url removed, login to view], and the content for submenus that are on some of the pages are derived from external files like submenu1.txt.
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