The location of a target symbol instance or other object according to the main Timeline of a Flash movie.
Accessibility is the measure of how well a website is designed to be viewed and used by everyone regardless of ability or disability. An accessible website ensures that all visitors have the same experience whether they use assistive technology or not.
Actions are the series of one or more statements that instruct SWF file to do something while it is playing.
ActionScript is a simple programming language. Flash designers and developers can use it to customize the behavior of a movie and enhance it with interactivity.
Pixels that are added to the edges of a shape or characters of type to give it a smoother appearance
ADPCM stands for Adaptive Differential Pulse Code Modulation. This sound compression method is used in Flash. Because it is compatible with every version of the Flash plug-in.
Align panel is used to line up more than two to three shapes either vertically or horizontally.
A computer software company which acquired Flash from Macromedia in 2005.
Arrays are containers of data, except that they can hold more than one piece of data.
Something placed in the library that can be used in a Flash movie. A symbol, imported bitmap image, sound, or video clips are examples of assets.