'cause i think flash loadbars would be used in flash content only, he needs soething that shows the progress of whole page i.e. html images etc...
Ya I agree with you!
Of Corse flash preloaders only useful for the flash movie not for complete html page, and the links i have given in last post Both links for the preloader of whole HTML page, but still not sure that’s useful or not :)
These are called "progress bars", and they really can't be accurate. There is no way to pre-determine how long a page will take to load on any particular client browser. Also, browsers wait until the entire page is loaded before processing scripts or events.
Therefore, "progress bars" have gone out of style in the web development community. Usually, if a page is known to be large, a "Please Wait" message of some site, with or without animation, is used instead of a progress bar.
Hey can anyone help me...
I have created an HTML webstie and I have a flash introduction which is sitting inside an HTML page. It loads fine but take a long time if you are on a slow connection so I want to use a loading/progress bar. I have tried a million tutorials online and have had issues with ALL of them not working - I got one to work but then components of my flash intro stopped working. Does anyone have any suggestions?? it can't be that hard people do them all the time! I just dont know what I am missing :(