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Old 02-21-2008, 04:39 PM   #1
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Default My website Project

Hi all. how do you do?
I'm working on my personal website, and that's a full Flex website.
I have a little problem:
I have a main mxml page in my project that come up first. In that page
I have some button to go to another part of my site, Like Articles,
Events, Gllery, Contact and etc.
I want to load page of each button externaly! you know, I want to
decrease my project size and want to load each part, when user click on
that's part button, and I don't want load all of my site in first time
that my main page will come up.
Just imagine that I have a conatct form in my Contact part, that's form
has 3 texbox and 1 button to send a mail to me. I made that form with a
custom component and run it when someone click my contact bottun on
main page, but it didn't load it externaly, and my custom component had
been loaded when my main project was loading.
Please help me, how can I fix it?

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