FlashCreations 20

Yes simply add the height property to the iframe like so:
[code=HTML]

[/code]

Now that I think about it, there might be a JavaScript fix that could help, but I'm not sure it would work, nor would it work everywhere.

FlashCreations 20

Probably not, there is no simple way (or any way at all for that matter) to determine content height unless it is a style on the page (Ex. something like maybe:
[code=CSS]
.myDivThatIWantTheHeightFrom {
height: 50px;
}
[/code]

I'm not sure though even in that case if you could determine height.

FlashCreations 20

It probably is a problem with a file being used for the installation while you are trying to run the installer. Make sure to only install one program at one time and close all other applications when installing. You may also want to run the installer in Administrator mode (if you have these privileges, if not ask your system administrator). This can be done by right clicking on the installer program and clicking Run As Administrator... and then clicking allow when prompted by the UAC.

FlashCreations 20

Sure here's a suggestion. Find a host with MySQL (or ask your host to install it for you) and create a database for your site. Then create a table and call it years. In this table create three columns: a name column, a year column, and a code column (all of them can be varchar). The name column should contain the names, the year column the year (first, second, third, etc.), and the code column the abbreviation (sci, etc).
Then use this code:
[code=PHP]

First Year

FlashCreations 20

Well, I would start out by making a rectangle that is the same color as the background ([b]Important[/b]: Make sure the shape's color has a transparency of 1%) to cover the whole stage with the rectangle tool. Next, convert the new rectangle to a shape (Make it a button). Then add AFLAX to the button that sends a message to a server page on a click.
[b]Note:[/b] If that seems too complicated you may also try another method I though of (I'm not sure if it works!!). Add the parameter border=0 to the Flash Element and then surround the whole object in [icode] ... [/icode]. Then simply, using regular AJAX, write a javascript function that calls the server page and call it 'sendMessage()'.
Good Luck!!

FlashCreations 20

Try [URL="http://www.aflax.org/"]AFLAX[/URL]. It is an AJAX for Flash. You can use some ActionScript to call an AFLAX command to send a message to a Server Page (I prefer PHP, but you can use anything that you are comfortable with) which processes the request and updates the record in a file or MySQL table. If you have any more questions please post them here or PM me!
Good Luck! :)