The "HTML" option of hotspots allows you to display images and links. But remember that your HTML file should be really simple, Flash player does not allow new HTML tags and syntax. The list of supported HTML tags can be found here : http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPlatfo … l#htmlText
Gérald, Thank you very much! the info that you posted did the trick (after some trial and error) so now it actually work but of course not without flaw the html file that i created has simple code to show an image, but for some reason it dosent show it after the tour has been generated, any ideas/suggestions?
heres the code: <html> <head> </head> <body> <p><img src="http://www.internationaltoys.com/pictures/134149_1.jpg" width="400"/></p> <br/><br/> <p>test test test</p> </body> </html>
In the same file structure where you loaded your main files to, you need to create a folder named 'images' You then need to upload your 134149_1.jpg into that folder..
BTW, you also need to get rid of the closed tags.. <br/><br/> or change the first closed to open.. <br>
BR stands for line BReak
Also, if you put more closed tags than open, it can cause issues..
Also be aware to make sure ALL tags using this method are closed since swf will not accept it since there are protocols to remember when using the html with ptp and swf. You can change your entire graphic for a swf file if you want, that way you have a lot more options with urls and buttons and where to place images and so on..
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