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Old 07-31-2007, 09:24 AM   #1
zdvdla
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Default Add PayPal cart

I built a site using flash and the client now wants me to add a shopping cart.
The instructions seem fairly straight forward but I dont know how to apply it to this site PayPal gives you the code, says to paste in into your page. Should I be using DW to do this? The code is HTML but Im not sure where to paste it.
I have a scrolling tile list that is programmed to listen for a CLICK and display a larger picture of the item and a brief description of it.
I am thinking that I can pull the name from the SOURCE clicked in the tile list and have a handler place the correct btn on the page.
I haven't come across anything on the web that tells me how to place HTML directly into a flash doc.
I could just export the swf and bring it into DW, but I really want to know that I did this all in Flash.
Any ideas?
Thanks...
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