First you will need to create a preview image for the flash movie with a water mark that says click here, name it the same as your flash movie and obviously it will end up with the jpg or png or whatever image file extension you prefer.
Second, when you enter the html editor you should find two tabs the profile tab and the profile box tab, ok you will need to enter two not to different codes in each one
<fb:swf swfbgcolor="000000" imgstyle="border-width:0px; border-color:white;" swfsrc="http://grafikdesign.wordpress.com/flash/xxxx.swf"/><imgsrc="http://grafikdesign.wordpress.com/flash/xxxx.jpg" width="766" height="800" />
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The background of a Flash movie can be set to transparent. This
allows the background color or image of the HTML page that contains
the Flash movie to show through and allows the layering of Flash
content with DHTML content.
The following browsers currently support windowless mode:
Windows and Mac OS X
Internet Explorer 3 or higher (Windows)
Internet Explorer 5.1* and 5.2* (Macintosh)
Mozilla 1.0 or higher*
* Macromedia Flash Player version 6,0,65,0 (Windows) or 6,0,67,0
(Macintosh) or higher required for this feature.
Note: Mac Classic is not supported for this
feature. Transparent backgrounds are also not possible in a Flash
Note: If windowless mode is used, performance
can be affected to some degree. If fastest performance is a top
priority, you may consider other design options.
Preparing the HTML page to make the Flash movie
Three methods of creating an HTML page with the correct code are
Publishing from Flash
The HTML for a Flash movie can be created using the Publish
Settings feature in Flash. The Publish Settings dialog box provides
an option to affect the WMODE setting. The options selected in the
Publish Settings will be added to the HTML source code
- Choose File &gt; Publish Settings. Select the HTML tab.
- Choose “Transparent” in the WMODE
setting to make the Flash movie’s background disappear in browsers
which support this feature.
- Publish the document.
Follow the below steps, and Dreamweaver will insert the correct
HTML code automatically.
- In Dreamweaver, insert the Flash movie into an HTML page.
- Select the Flash movie in the Design View.
- In the Properties panel, choose Parameters.
- For the Parameter, enter “wmode” (without quotes). For the
Value, enter “transparent”.
- Save the document. The HTML page is complete.
View a demonstration of these steps.
Editing HTML code manually
To edit an existing HTML page, add the WMODE parameters to the
- Add the following parameter to the OBJECT tag:
&lt;param name="wmode" value="transparent"&gt;
- Add the following parameter to the EMBED tag: