Flash Menu Publishing Options

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When you are happy with your design, you can save it and review it, just to make certain everything is perfect. If all is good, then you simply select the Publish button, and in the Publish Settings box, then select Menu Only, Frame Pages, Non-Frame Pages, or CD-ROM.

Publishing Options - 'Menu only'

Step 3.1.1 - Publishing Options

Selecting Menu Only allows you to save the files that relate only to your new Flash menu, allowing you to insert your new Flash menu into an existing website design.



Step 3.1.2
- Published Page - Menu Only


Selecting Frame Pages will save, not only the files related to your new Flash menu, it will also create framed pages around the Flash menu, that you will then be able to use to create your own website from scratch. Using the Frame Pages as a template, you will only be required to enter your website content and your website will be ready to upload and launch.



Step 3.1.3 - Published Page - Frame Pages


Selecting Non-Frame Pages will save, not only the files related to your new Flash menu, it will also create non-framed pages around the Flash menu, that you will then be able to adjust in order to design your own website from scratch. Using the Non-Frame pages as a template allows you to be more creative with the design of your website around the structure of your new Flash menu.



Step 3.1.4 - Published Page - Non-Frame Pages


Selecting CD-ROM allows you to save your new Flash menu to a file and burn it to into a CD-ROM. Saving your new Flash menu to a CD-ROM allows you to keep a backup copy of your new Flash menu design and also enables you to transport your new Flash menu design to another computer, simply by copying your new design from the CDROM.



Step 3.1.5 - Published Page - CD-ROM