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Pseudo-Flash websites
Started by Night Angel 9-7-11 .

When some people are so against the use of Flash and embracing the use of new HTML5 and CSS3 standards, some people don't bother but make their own websites without the help of Flash. Instead of spending time to argue about technology takes, they made some really awesome websites that look like Flash but not.

What is good about them is also the speed. Loading fast, animated, working perfectly on modern browsers...

Have a look!

20 Fantastic pseudo-Flash websites | Webdesigner D

Night Angel 10-7-11 2011-07-10 05:51:49

Love the...what?

These are really beautiful and nicely executed websites, though I think I am going to check them on my iPad and see if they are using really little resources...

Nohbudy 10-7-11 2011-07-10 16:59:44

I was going to say, that I love the AUDIO and VIDEO tags. But I included the tags, so the forum cut off my post. There's a lot of cool stuff you can do with them. For instance I've made an audio looper that I include with my resume when I send it to potential employers.

Night Angel 11-7-11 2011-07-11 01:31:12

I see, and yes those two tags are so important now make life so easy!

crays 14-7-11 2011-07-14 03:39:37

Mac doesn't support flash no? I love flash, but i find it hard to code in it Maybe i didn't really venture that far~ tho, what's the different between html and html5 ?

love CSS3 for the corners

Night Angel 14-7-11 2011-07-14 15:33:30

That's a very wrong misconception. If Mac doesn't, how can I make my Angelworld, huh?

crays 16-7-11 2011-07-16 07:56:42

wait... i remember hearing something similar... @-@

Night Angel 16-7-11 2011-07-16 11:33:17

iOS doesn't support Flash, not Mac OS X.

So iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch can't run Flash.

Nohbudy 16-7-11 2011-07-16 20:49:43

Haha, yeah if macs didn't support flash then we'd have a very different Internet. I don't think that HTML5 replaces flash, as there's plenty of times where flash is preferable. HTML5 is just the natural evolution of a markup language. As people want to do more and more with the internet, they decided on a common method for allowing this to happen. HTML 5 is actually nothing much more than a few tags and a common library to go with them. There's no development software like adobe flash that allows you to do everything in a visual way within a confined imagelike environment, like an advanced video or image editor.

Night Angel 17-7-11 2011-07-17 02:59:22

Exactly there is nothing wrong to use any one of them, but designers should use the one which fits their design most, so that contents are conveyed in the most effective way.

Even this website is always under test. This forum has been here for a long time and probably needs a HTML5 revamp

crays 17-7-11 2011-07-17 13:00:01

GO NA! . i want a flash revamp

I still find flash hard to code, maybe i don't code often enough in flash.. I still need tut references for a loading bar.

Night Angel 18-7-11 2011-07-18 00:55:57

Fresh or Flash revamp? No Flash for forum and other service sites, sorry, because my iPad needs to view it too!

I once bought several books to learn Flash ActionScript myself, which is pretty effective. Try to find books of "Friends of ED" (now called APRESS) [ link ] which are very good, simple and easy to understand.

crays 18-7-11 2011-07-18 02:39:26

oo cool, but i've learn others from tuts online, maybe i should get a book afterall .

Flash, dang. So true. OH WELL.

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