With SharePoint Designer 2013, you will see many changes encompassing a variety of new features, as well as a new user interface. In this article, I will show you how to embed a flash (.swf) file in a site, a new feature which quickly and directly embeds HTML content on an article page.
Let’s begin with a banner image (.swf):
You want to add a header to your site, but how do you do so?
Here is how to do it:
1. Create a document list, create a new item, and then select your flash file:
2. After creating a new document file, right-click on it, select the Properties option, and copy the URL of the file:
3. Paste this URL into the HTML code to insert your Flash file:
<object width=”820″ height=”274″>
<param name=”movie” value=” http://serverchauteamo/sites/Home%20Chau/Thy.Quach/Shared%20Documents/banner.swf”>
<embed src=” http://serverchauteamo/sites/Home%20Chau/Thy.Quach/Shared%20Documents/banner.swf” width=”820″ height=”274″>
4. Back to the site.
Click on Edit Page, go to the Ribbon, click on the Insert tab, then select the Embed Code icon:
Then, copy and paste “the HTML code to insert a flash file (above)” into the embed form. You will see the flash file show up in the form:
Click Save to complete.