Difference between revisions of "Card Types"

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An ecard can be of the following two types:
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Cards can be of the following types:
  
# '''Flash ecards (.swf)''' http://beta.123greetings.com/love/i_love_you/couples/lcoup64.html
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1. '''Postcard''' : These are cards which are of one scene only. The music plays from a separate file. : GIF, JPG, PNG
# '''Animated ecards (.gifs)''' http://beta.123greetings.com/love/i_love_you/couples/lcoup64.html
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2. '''Animated''' : These are cards which are of multiple scenes, all working within the  only. The music plays from a separate file. : GIF, JPG, PNG
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3. '''Flash''' : These are cards which are of one scene or multiple scenes using the Macromedia Flash Technology. The music is embedded inside the same flash file. : SWF
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4. '''Interactive''' : These are cards which are of one scene or multiple scenes using the Macromedia Flash Technology, with user interactivity. The music is embedded inside the same flash file. : SWF

Revision as of 04:27, 28 August 2008

Cards can be of the following types:

1. Postcard : These are cards which are of one scene only. The music plays from a separate file. : GIF, JPG, PNG

2. Animated : These are cards which are of multiple scenes, all working within the only. The music plays from a separate file. : GIF, JPG, PNG

3. Flash : These are cards which are of one scene or multiple scenes using the Macromedia Flash Technology. The music is embedded inside the same flash file. : SWF

4. Interactive : These are cards which are of one scene or multiple scenes using the Macromedia Flash Technology, with user interactivity. The music is embedded inside the same flash file. : SWF