Move to next page in Dreamweaver automatically

Hi There experts.

I have created a page www.disco-magic.co.uk/home3.html and want the site to automatically move to the next page once the flash movie has finished this.

How do i do this?!?

Thanks

BTW I am no good at programming or coding so if this is the only way please can you keep it simple for me?
heijmerAsked:
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KechkaCommented:
I think that the easyest way is to do that in your movie. Redirect at your last frame to the desired page...
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heijmerAuthor Commented:
how ?

what script?
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KechkaCommented:
You need to edit your flash movie. In the last frame of the movie attach a getURL action to send the browser to the desired page.
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heijmerAuthor Commented:
Ok thanks - but I am not great at programming - and whilst I have googled - I cannot find anything which does not leave me with an error message.

This is what I have tried

getURL("www.disco-magic.co.uk");

and this is the error message i get (or part of it)

1180: Call to a possibly undefined method getURL.
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heijmerAuthor Commented:
I have attached an image for you if that helps
example.tiff
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KechkaCommented:
take a look at http://curtismorley.com/2008/01/16/flex-flash-actionscript-error-1095/ this explain your first error.
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