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Windows 7: Whatchamacallit

30 Aug 2010   #1


Not sure what to call it.
I was wondering what software or program iw owuld need and how I would go about making a animation which is embedable in a website(Myspace and facebook) in the comments box or wall).

An animation with menus and submenus where you can interact with it while staying in the same website(Say i were to embed it here, it wont redirect you anywhere unless you want to be redirected by clicking an icon or button or link.

ok so main menu has the buttons/icon/or pic and by clicking the desired one it changes to the specified page. Say theres an icon or button for pics it will take u to a page where it has a slideshow or thumbnails and u can click to maximize maybe. then u can hit a button that takes u back to the main menu or maybe it can have choices where u can navigate from whichever page u are viewing to another page that was listed in the main menu.

something like this.
Top 10 Best Flash Websites of 2010
some are complicated and obviously im a beginner so i will only be having like 4 categories. say its an animation for Windows 7 OS.

*Main menu has 4 catregories; screen shots, info for product, purchase windows 7, info on company.

And by clicking each of the icons/pics or buttons will transition to another page. say i click purchase, it will change to another page where it has the link to the official website.

and maybe in the main menu and in the other pages it has a link where it takes u to the website of the product.

Its long but i had to be detailed for our sake. TY

what would be the correct term for this? a mini website? or embedable website or wat?

My System SpecsSystem Spec
30 Aug 2010   #2


Heres an example.

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