XML Ads Loader
Flash version: 7, ActionScript 2.0.
A great way to easily display your products, services or other images, you can add/remove as many JPG or SWF images as you want by editing a configuration file with a simple text editor. Users will see a button for each image, buttons will blink while an image is loading.
You can also enable/disable the slide show for the ad rotator, site visitors can also disable the slide show by pressing the pause/play button.
On top of the button there is an ad-display-time indicator, it will show the time left before moving forward to next ad, ad-display-time indicator can be disabled, color can also be changed.
Image format can be JPG or SWF, you can also load gif or png if you open the fla file and publish it for flash 8. Now it only requires flash player 7.
Images can also be animated swf files if you like.
You receive the source file, but the ads loader can also work as standalone application, you do not need the flash program to set the images to be loaded and other options, the settings can be changed by editing the configuration file with a text editor.
Each ad/image can open a given url on click, the url would be the page that is showing more details about the product or service in the image. The url is optional, if none is set then nothing happens when image is clicked.
Other available options
- time to display each ad, this can be set globally or each ad can have a different time.
- autoplay can be disabled or enabled by default.
- fade effect between ads.
- time to display the fading effect between ads.
- play/Pause button can be enabled or disabled.
- alpha value for the buttons (transparency).
- alpha buttons for the buttons when mouse is over them.
- space between buttons.
- margin around the buttons group.
- the display time bar above the buttons can be disabled/enabled.
- alpha value (transparency) of the ad display time bar.
- color of the ad display time.
- an url to open can be specified, url opens when user clicks the image.
- target frame of url to open.
- you can now chose that first loaded ad to be a random ad.
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Yes, it must be from your html code eider where you set the width/height of the swf oject and/or you need to set the scale mode to "noscale"; try to start with the default html code provided, it contains the width/height and you can simply increase them if needed.