Setting the Flash element inspector

Setting the Flash element inspector

The Flash element inspector lets you view and modify attributes of Flash elements (components).

To edit the attributes of a Flash element using the Tag inspector:

  • To change an attribute value, select the value and edit it (see the next procedure).
  • To add a value for an attribute with no value, click in the attribute-value column to the right of the attribute and add a value (see the next procedure).

To edit or add an attribute value, do one of the following:

  • Type a new value for the attribute in the attribute-value column, to the right of the attribute name.
  • If the attribute takes pre-defined values, select a value from the pop-up menu (or the color picker) to the right of the attribute-value column.
  • If the attribute takes a URL value, enter the URL.
  • If the attribute takes a value from a source of dynamic content (such as a database), click the Dynamic Data button to the right of the attribute-value column. Then select a source.

    For information on defining sources of dynamic content, see Defining Sources of Dynamic Content.

Related topics

  • Setting Flash and Shockwave movie properties
  • Inserting Flash elements
  • Editing Flash element attributes


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