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Subject: Re: [uk-netmarketing] RE: Flash and traffic
From: Silas Denyer
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 17:28:41 -0000

From: "Jenny Crook" <jennyatseamless-marketing [dot] co [dot] uk>
> You can split your flash site up in to separate movies and drop each movie
> into separate html pages. You loose some of the smooth transition between
> pages that you get from flash but at least you can direct users to
> individual urls and you stand a better chance of getting a good search
> engine ranking. This is a bit of a compromise (form against function) but
> can be good for reducing the loading time of flash movies.

Surely if you have each "section" as a separate Flash movie, each called
from it's predecessor, you can have smooth transitions and logging at the
same time?

Alternatively why not just do a "submit" action each time a page transition
is requested & run a cgi script to do logging in whatever format you choose
on your server?

Just my two pen'orth

Silas Denyer
Director, Turns Ltd
e. silas [dot] denyeratturns [dot] net
t. 07956 661902

  RE: [uk-netmarketing] Flash and traffic, Jenny Crook

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