Sproutbuilder from http://sproutbuilder.com is a quick and easy way for anyone to build, publish, and manage widgets, mini-sites, mashups, banners and more. These can be any size and any number of pages. You can include video, audio, images and newsfeeds and choose from dozens of pre-built components and web services.
You do not need to learn flash or do programming, it's a visual drag and drop tool and is easy to learn and use. The flash .swf file that is produced can be displayed in your wikidot site inside an iframe.
There is a free limited plan which gives you 3 sprouts. For any more than 3 you need to register and the minimum cost is $19 a month.
This snippet focuses on producing a looping slideshow in Sproutbuilder.
Creating your sprout
The following demonstration, produced with Adobe Captivate, shows how to produce a slideshow in Sproutbuilder. You can pause. replay and jump forward and backwards as the demo is playing by pressing the buttons below.
Adding the slideshow to your wikidot site
After you have saved your sprout as a flash.swf file you can embed it in your wikidot site inside an iframe using the following syntax:
[[iframe http://strathviewconsultants.wikidot.com/local--files/support:sproutbuilder/Sproutbuilder_skin.swf width="850" height="460" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"]]
The demonstration and the above code gives the following result:
Thanks to tsangk for this great snippet: conditional-blocks
text above inserted with:
[[include :snippets:if START |unique=1|type=equal|var1=%%name%%|var2=conditional-blocks]]
**##red|Thanks to tsangk for this great snippet:##** [[[code:conditional-blocks]]]
[[include :snippets:if END]]
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