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Re: Flash

From: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 12:45:45 -0600
To: "D.N.S.Dharmaratna" <dnsd@mail.com>
Cc: www-html@w3.org
Message-id: <3A391559.94023AE8@w3.org>
> "D.N.S.Dharmaratna" wrote:
> 
> what are the html tags used to add flash to pages?
> 
> i'm a newbie on flash.

I'm curious what led you to believe that this was
a good place for your question.

How did you find out about www-html? I suspect
there's some misleading documentation, and I'd
like to get it fixed.

www-html was set up as a forum to discuss technical
development of the HTML language; changes to the
language, questions about what the spec means
in certain cases, or how to implement it, etc.

It's not intended as a "how do I use HTML?" forum,
let alone a "how do I use flash?" forum. Using
it that way puts a burden on folks that are
here to discuss the development of HTML.

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> are there any other tags except <embed> to use
> with flash?
> 
> how can one create a flash site?
> 
> D.N.S.Dharmaratna

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