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Flashplayer for wordpress

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Jul 11, 2017 Jul 11, 2017

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Hi Members,

I have developed my educational wordpress website and I would like to advance the site by adding the flashplayer functionality. I have several PowerPoint slides in my site and I would want to have a video explaining those content with the help of flashplayer. See http://www.academicscope.com/management-risk-lecture/ or Competency based approaches to teacher education - Academicscope

My question is: is flashplayer compatible with a wordpress website? If so, which specific plugin should I use for the wordpress website? Is there a pro version for the plugin or is it completely free. For those who have use flashplayer in their wordpress site, what is your experience? I'm humbly waiting for answers. Thanks so much

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Adobe Employee , Jul 11, 2017 Jul 11, 2017
Flash Player is a browser plugin, installed on the client systems viewing your websites.  It's not installed on the server, or your wordpress site.  All you need to do is add the Flash content and detect whether or not the browser has Flash enabled/installed.  If not, prompt the user to enable/install it.

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Flash Player is a browser plugin, installed on the client systems viewing your websites.  It's not installed on the server, or your wordpress site.  All you need to do is add the Flash content and detect whether or not the browser has Flash enabled/installed.  If not, prompt the user to enable/install it.

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