I would like to have my Joomla Full screen website to have Flash video (.flv and .swf) and photos running in the background of the website - I want my SlideshowPro Director program ([url removed, login to view]) to manage/control the Flash videos and jpg files showing in my website's background. This is currently being done by others - Here is and example of a website doing exactly what I want done - [url removed, login to view] I will need to be able to place the HTML5 code that I copy from the SlideshowPro Director program and place it in a Joomla module that will show it as the background of the Joomla website. I am not sure if using a module is have it is done but I will need that HTML5 code to be used in/as the background. Then I will need to place Java Scripts, HTML code and .SWF file in Joomla module positions on top of that background to act as Main menus and other items - The same way that example website - [url removed, login to view] - does it! You can look at the source code in the web browser of the example website to see how things were done for their website - [url removed, login to view] I think that once you are able to figure out how to place the HTML5 code from the SlideshowPro Director program in the Joomla background then we will be good to go. Also, I have several Modules/Plugins that allow for Java Scripts, HTML code and .SWF file in Joomla module positions - I can upload them for you to use - I got them from [url removed, login to view]
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