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How to Install Flash Games on Your Site

In this day and age, the only reason most computer owners don’t have a website is that they believe building one is difficult. After all, if you know nothing about computers, the thought of editing HTML, adding tags, monetizing your site and building traffic can be extremely daunting.

However, some of the things you may believe are the most difficult aspects of site creation are actually the easiest.

In this article, we’ll talk about how to install Flash games on your website or blog. Overall, it’s a fairly easy process. The only real difficulty is figuring out which games to put on your site and which to leave off.

Installing games on your site is literally as easy as 1, 2, 3, and we’ll walk through the steps in a super simplistic way that will leave you gaming in the next 10 minutes.

Whether you want to install some nostalgic game like Donkey Kong or some modern online casino games, you can go from gameless to swimming in Flash in no time. So, simply open up your website or blog and let’s begin.

Step one: go to the dashboard, design template feature, edit layout feature or wherever else you need to go to find your HTML – the coding for your actual website’s template and features. It’s easy to find, especially on a blog.

Once you’re there, it’s time for step two: open up the coding and take a quick look around. Even if you can’t read the language, you will still notice what’s what by the names given to you. For example: the language like (header.background.color) $ scroll 0 -400px might be confusing, but all you need to do is pay attention to the “header” for location purposes.

Likewise with tabs and gadgets and anything else – the reason for finding a specific location you want is so you know exactly where to put the games.

The third and final step: copy the Flash HTML code from the site you choose and paste this code into your site’s HTML code where you want it to be placed. Make sure you save your site before you try anything, so nothing is permanently damaged if you mess it up somehow. But after you’ve pasted it where you want, simply save and exit.

The next time you logon, you’ll have some new Flash games to play! Pretty easy, right?


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