unless you know a way to import the wp gallery into the flash then it cant be done.
Wanna Bet? I imported a KoolMoves Flash into a page. Put it on a MasterPage, though I'm not sure that is necessary. On the first page I put a photo Gallery over top the Flash. Previewed it but no luck, so I went back to the MP, edited the Flash and set the background to transparent.
That worked. The images are there and the popups work.
I still do not see why you did post this comment, as it has nothing to do with the topic.
To list some reasons for both yourself and anyone else reading this thread as to why an "all FLASH" web site might not be a good idea.
I prefer FLASH because you can make much more attractive websites.
And these sites often take (much) longer to load and display, and typically remove a lot, if not all control from the site visitor.
You might think that a FLASH web site is more attractive, but do your site visitors think that the annoyance of "all FLASH" is sufficiently offset by the "attractiveness"? Yeah, you said you don't care about the needs of your site visitors. What a great way to say what you can do as advertising for your skills.
IMO, there are basically two groups who seem to like "all FLASH" web sites. 1.) Web design companies that offer "cutting edge technology" and 2.) some people looking to obtain their first site. These first time buyers like FLASH because they like what they see. But they rarely give a thought as to why a visitor is coming to the site (typically to obtain information or to make a purchase-or-not decision) or to how their site visitors are going to react to the FLASH site.
An all FLASH site does have a place - a site that sells to kids (they like all that flashy blinky moving jumping song-and-dance color-changing animated stuff) or a site that is an entertainment service, like this one http://www.cher.com/ which I think was particularly well done and the FLASH design seems appropriate to the web site's purpose.
Yeah, you said you don't care about the needs of your site visitors. What a great way to say what you can do as advertising for your skills.
Come on, Jim. You gotta lighten up a bit....take a chill pill. You're the guy who had the text on your home page that said, essentially, 'don't waste my time by calling me unless you are my client...and you won't be my client if you are outside of my arbitrary mileage radius.'
I think you have to "live and let live, here". To each his own...know what I mean?
He is presumably trying to atrract paying clients to build his business.
The text on the home page of my/that particular site is trying to repell non-paying freeloaders, saving both their and my time. (I received two more telephone calls and an E-mail today. )
Somewhat similar to...
If you operated a walk-in store that sold bats (baseball and cricket) and you had a small but relatively steady stream of people coming in and asking for bats (the flying mammal), how long might it be before you put a sign near the entrance to your store that you did not have any Chiroptera, saving their and your time?