Creating a bulleted list
For a bullet list:
- Just before the list begins, put the tag for an Unordered List:
- Put the tag for List Item before each bullet point:
- Put the tag to end a List Item at the end of each bullet point:
- Put the tag to end your Unordered List after the last end-List-Item tag:
I've just done the exact thing here, in fact.
Including a hyperlink
Use the typical hyperlink tag for your desired link.
EXCEPT, Flash will NOT make the words "click here" LOOK like a link, so add some more HTML formatting to make the words blue and underlined:
You can use several other HTML tags, which are covered in a tutorial by Alan Wisternoff: HTML use in Dynamic Textboxes
the Windows® Character Map (or type the character code) to insert special
characters. Let's use the Trademark
Symbol () as an example. To create that symbol using the character code,
Once you've formatted your document, you still need to tell Flash what to expect and what to do with it. So, read on...
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