Menus are very important part of web designing and flash navigation is too attractive now a day in websites. In this post you will find 20+ Smartest Adobe Flash Menu and Navigation Tutorials, they can all be used for all website designs, whether it be CSS or Flash, most of the time we found something like only for beginners but now today we offering for both category (Professional + Beginners).
In this tutorial we will learn how to make vista aero flash menu with overwhelming fade effect in Flash CS3.
In this session I will show you how to create a cool animated horizontal menu. We will use ActionScript 3 for the animation, so no timeline animation is concerned in this tutorial. We use haphazard colors in the menu to give it an extra spice. Check out the end result! Cool eh?
download the FLA file
First of all Colorful Menu with XML and ActionScript 3 containing all the graphics needed for this tutorial. Once you’ve downloaded the FLA, open it up and you’ll see that the library contains the graphics shown in the image below.
I determined that there is still room for at least one more Flash menu tutorial in the web. So in this tutorial I’ll show you how you can create a nice colorful Flash XML menu with ActionScript 3. Check out the end result!
In this new and attractive Flash and ActionScript 3 tutorial I will teach you how to create an inestimable gallery. This will also work completely for menus and so on. Let’s get started straight away!
In this, step by step action script lesson, I will explain to you how to create very advanced and modern flash menu with sound. You can use this menu for any web site. Using this lesson, you will also learn:
1. How to design a menu,
2. How to animate it,
3. How to import any sound file into a flash library,
4. How to apply action script code on menu to make it more powerful,
5. How to use Free Transform Tool (Q) and much more!
Creating a Drop Down Menu for your website is possibly the most requested and passionately searched item for designers crossways the web. In this tutorial we will take a look at how to build a Flash Actionscript 3.0 Drop Down Menu which is uncomplicated to add drop down sections to, and attractive simple to setup. The attractiveness of this technique is that once you have built on Menu you can simply take it and do a few color changes, or Menu/ Text changes and you have a brand new Drop Down Menu. In this Tutorial we will learn about: Actionscript 3.0, EventListeners, Children, A few uncomplicated things about the Display List, and much, much more!
In this tutorial I will teach you how to create an advanced XML menu. We will first set up everything ready in Flash, then create the XML file and finally add some ActionScript 3 for the functionality.
In this Flash lesson explained in tremendous detail, I will teach you how to make very advanced and very modern flash menu with sound. You can use this sound flash menu for any web site. To make this lesson, you have to use action script code. Using this lesson, you will also learn:
In this tutorial, I will teach you how to create a rotating menu. This is a very basic form of the menu. You can edit your Flash movie easily, for instance if you want to make the menu items visually more attractive. All the animation is done with ActionScript 3.0 as usual.
basic drop down menu
This Flash tutorial will show you how to create a drop down menu using Actionscript. It’s a fairly advanced tutorial, so you’ll be expected to know some of the basics, such as creating an MC (movieclip symbol), using labels on the timeline etc. If this is something you’re inexperienced with, you might want to check out the tutorial on how to create a Black and Orange Flash Menu, which will guide you through using the basics, but without any advanced actionscript. The main advantage of this advanced drop down menu is that you can add delete buttons easily, by simply editing an array in the Actionscript code. This tutorial is divided into the following parts.
In this lesson, you have a possibility to learn how to create contemporary black and orange flash menu using some special flash tips and tricks.You also have to use action script code to make this lesson. Using this lesson, you will also learn how to:
In this tutorial you can learn more attaractive menus in diffrent style.
Using this thoroughly explained, detailed flash lesson, you will see how to create advanced and trendy flash menu with sound. You can use this menu for any web site. Using this lesson, you will also learn:
This tutorial will teach you how to create a vertical menu with the help of XML and ActionScript 3. We will first set up everything ready in the Flash stage, then make the XML file and last, we add the functionality with ActionScript 3. Hope you enjoy the tutorial!
This tutorial will teach you how to create a cool looking shaky menu with ActionScript 3. All the animation is done with ActionScript, so no timeline animation is needed. Check out the end result!
one of very colorful Adobe Flash Menu after using ActionScripting.
In this Flash 8 lesson explained in extreme detail, I will teach you how to make a powerful flash menu with sound. You can use this sound menu for any web site. To make this lesson, you also have to use action script code. Using this lesson, you will also learn:
In this Adobe Flash tutorial, we showing a gradient menu for our website designs.
In this thoroughly explained, detailed lesson made for Flash 8, I will show you how to create a really cool, attractive and advanced business flash menu which you can use for any web site. Using this tutorial, you will also learn:
XML allows the seperation of content from functionality. Amongst other things, it allows you to update the content without having to open Flash up and wade through all the code (in this case the actionscript). So, first of all we need to create the XML file, so open up any text editor, such as notepad. Enter the following code, which will be explained below.
Navigation is a decisive part of your website, but often a bore to build and preserve. In this tutorial I’ll explain a quick and solid way of using basic ActionScript skills, blended with a bit of your creativity, to build instinctive & user friendly navigation systems. Okay, time to get our hands dirty, well… sweaty maybe…