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Posted on 2006-11-05
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Ok i have some navigation buttons..What im wanting to do is have each button show something like a different page on part of the page..i know im not explaining it right. This is what im wanting to do. http://www.flash-template-design.com/preview.php?tid=1813
i want to do it just like they did on that site..anyone know how i go about this???  Thanks
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by:ellandrd
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i suspect when you click on the buttons, they load a new MC (movieclip)  each MC will contain the different parts fo the page that get displayed.

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ya so the sections: 01,02,03,04,05 will be all contained in there own MC. and all these separate MC's will be called when you click on the link in the nav bar.

so in total, you'll have 5 mini sections belong to each link...

there is also some fancy/flashy tweening going on and alpha fading to hide/show the different sections too.  
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so how would i go about doin that..doin some sort of onClick() command for each button?
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something like:

on(release)
{
      // call mc01
      // call mc02
      ....
      // call mc05
}

mc05 =  single movieclip containing the box of information that appears flashing and fading at the bottom when you click on the link
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