The overall concept of this is very easy and the code used is even easier. To recreate this simply create a webpage with two frames in it. Name those frames "Top" and "Bottom" (or "Left" and "Right"). Here's my code:
Now you have to create the .SWF file. To simplify my example, all you need is a button in your animation which, when clicked will point the bottom frame to the new page. So let's do this.
Create a new movie and adjust the movie size to 760x125 pixels by selecting Modify > Movie. Next, place your button on the stage (for more information on how to create a button see the tutorial) and choose Modify > Instance or right click on the button and select properties. Click on the actions tab and add the following code.
On (Press) Get URL ("http://www.flashkit.com", window="Bottom") End On
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