I need a small flash widget. The widgest should have a text field on the top for a title, then a larger text field on the bottom for the text body.
The title and body text will need to be requested from my server, with a standard HTTP request. My server will return an XML document with Title/body and URL information.
The flash widget then needs to display the first title/body text, then after a few seconds animate to the second, and so on, for all the title/body pairs returned from my server.
If the user moves the mouse over the widget, it should enlarge to show the entire body text, since it probably would not fit when in the standard compact mode.
The enlarged mode should have a "back" and "forward" button. If the buttons are clicked, the slide should move either back or forth, displaying either the previous or next title/body pair string from the array.
If the user then CLICKS the mouse, a new browser needs to be spawned to a URL (which is provided with the title/body arrays).
The HTML code should provide the flash applet with a user ID. The userID should be sent as a variable to my ASP. My ASP on the serverside needs this user ID variable so it knows which XML document to return.
This flash widget is something I want to provide to webmasters so then can embed it into their existing webpages. So I basically provide them with HTML code that they plant on their page. The widget will display news related information.
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Second ad from the top on the right will be an XM Radio ad. This is basically the size I want the widget to be when in compact mode. Also, notice the space for the title and body.
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