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This category is for sites opposing Macromedia Flash.
Please only submit sites that specialize in Flash websites or emphasize Flash design on sites. General web design firms should be submitted to Computers/Internet/Web_Design_and_Development/Designers/

Thanks! Also, please try to turn all entries into this format: Denver, Colorado based company offers high-end print and multimedia design including Flash animation, HTML, JavaScript and ASP development.

Flash designers use Macromedia's Flash application to create animations and interactive animated web sites. Shockwave allows Macromedia Director developers to publish their content on the web.
Please try not to link to individual tutorials. Instead, submit the site as a whole. Any sites submitted which are "directory" sites (i.e. which solely link to tutorials on other sites) will generally not be accepted.
These sites will help you to learn how to use Adobe's Flash creation software. Flash is a tool used to give web sites dynamic content such as animation and sound.
This category is being disbanded, with sites moved to more appropriate categories. Please find somewhere else to suggest your site.
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This category is for listing resources which may be of use to Flash and Shockwave developers.
Resources is usually defined here as anything which may be useful for people developing in Flash. This may include (but is not limited to) tutorials, tips & hints, forums, graphics or sound downloads, external software, and news.
No Flash template collections, online Flash makers, Flash content download tools please.

Flash content download software should be listed under Computers: Software: Shareware: Windows: Internet: Offline Browsing Tools.

Online Flash makers, builders and generators should be listed under Computers: Internet: Web Design and Development: Authoring: Online Tools: Graphics.

Flash template sets or collections should be listed under Computers: Graphics: Web: Templates: Macromedia Flash.

Programs and utilities that produce, edit or in other ways interact with SWF files and Macromedia Flash.
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