[Pro] non-client site fun

I did this for myself to get it out of my system.
Feedback welcome.

http://www.vf-2ss.com


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Please, please, please include controls to turn off the music, or more properly, include controls to start the music if you like that sort of thing. The images are cool.

Walter


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Yes, i know, this site is intently esoteric; the total amount of people that would even begin to search for this rare and elusive anime series that only had 6 episodes in the mid 90’s is extremely tiny from a global standpoint and it just so happens that a majority of those who are aware of this series really loved the soundtrack. however, with that said, i’m up for including sound controls, what’s the easiest way to implement? is there an action to toggle it? thx


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The easiest way is with Flash, there are tons of free music
controllers out there. You generally just drag the thing to the page,
then use Item > Extended to add the flashvars parameter to define
where the sound file is that it’s meant to control.

Walter

On Jun 4, 2009, at 11:12 PM, Bobby Goldie wrote:

i’m up for including sound controls, what’s the easiest way to
implement? is there an action to toggle it? thx


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i’m up for including sound controls, what’s the easiest way to
implement? is there an action to toggle it?

Personally, I think this is a good example of a site that benefits
from having music. The option to mute it wouldn’t be bad, but the
audio is definitely a part of the overall experience.

But it should be fairly easy to make simple audio on/off controls
now, without resorting to Flash. Use the Sound FX action to make
something (for example a ‘play button’ graphic) to turn audio on and
another to turn it off.

  1. Make a graphic and select it
  2. Choose Item > Actions > Sound FX
  3. Use the Actions palette to configure the action

k


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