publishing flash to the web

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publishing flash to the web
How can I ensure that all Internet users can view Flash animation on my site?

I am a new developer Web and aspiring, and I just finished a simple website design for the internal affairs of my friend, but some of our friends can not see the animation Flash and others. In addition to having the usual Flash plug-in installed, someone else will have to see the animation Flash successfully? JavaScript? What if their Flash players are older versions and I published my SWF format Flash version 9? Is this the problem? Kindly help me someone. Thank you! =)

Currently, Flash Player 9 penetration is at 83.4% This is not really high yet. And no, if the Flash plug-ins are earlier, they might not be able to see content specifically for Flash player 9. Perhaps you can publish it for compatibility with previous Flash Player plug-ins like version 8. After all, if its marketing purposes, you want the widest possible access to the web-site rather than leave a feeling of frustration.

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