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    Question HTML5 - Can my current tools utilize this language?

    Greetings,

    I have made an interactive FLASH banner using Adobe CS4 - Flash that has work great for sometime, but of course with the change of new innovations and technology, I am now required to make the exact same banner work for mobile devices; my research has led me to use HTML5 development.

    The URL: http://www.subnet.com

    Here are the tools I used to create the Flash Banner:

    Adobe CS4
    • Dreamweaver
    • Flash
    • Photoshop

    My questions are:
    • Can I use my existing tools (listed above) to create the same functionality with HTML5 or am I missing something?
    • If I CAN use my existing tools, can anyone point me to an article that may explain this a little?
    • Is HTML5 my best/only option?

    My assumption is that I will have to use a tool LIKE Adobe flash to generate the HTML5 output, such as https://www.google.com/webdesigner/

    Thoughts?

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    Very few mobile platforms support Flash at all, so you're going to need an alternative to make your site mobile-friendly.

    Your current Flash banner is pretty much a slideshow. There are many publicly-available JavaScript slideshow scripts that can replicate that functionality. I often use one called "Easy Slider" that would work for you. A Google search will bring it up for you. You can use PhotoShop to create the slide images and integrate it into your site with Dreamweaver.
    Rick Trethewey
    Rainbo Design

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    Perfect!

    This works wonderfully, I thank you kindly for your response!

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    Responsive website is future

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