Disadvantages Of Vector Animations

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Register to read the introduction… Many aspects of the Flash file format make it ideal for adding interactive content to web pages. Some of the advantages are as follows: It is scalable. Flash images and animations can be resized with no loss of detail, making it easy to fill the whole browser window with a Flash interface without adding to the file size. Flash can be used to create static images, such as maps, where zooming in to view the image in finer detail is desirable. Image quality is high. Real- time anti aliasing smoothes the edges of graphics and text, regardless of the display size. Users can zoom in on vector graphics with no loss of image quality. It has an open format. Macromedia has made the Flash file format publicly available, which means that other software developers can build Flash support into their applications. Along with the many advantages, there are also several disadvantages. Content is lost on non-graphical browsers. Using Flash movies for document headlines and navigation introduces the same problems as using static graphics in the place of text. People who cannot view your Flash animation will not be able to read your content. It always starts on the initial page of the movie. Users cannot link to a certain page or scene within a flash movie. Links can only lead to the first page of a Flash movie. Printing may be problematic. There may be …show more content…
As compared to shared servers, dedicated servers offer more capacity, flexibility and better security but at a higher price. Instead of offering more support than is available from shared and dedicated server web hosting services, colocation is rather a bare bones service that just houses servers in a data center and connects those servers to the internet. It doesn’t include the server hardware or any of the software and services that are necessary to operate a web site. Colocation by itself is aimed at customers who want to supply and manage their own web site hardware and software, but who don’t want to provide their own physical facilities and may not want to manage their own links to the internet. The final category of web hosting is managed service providers (MSPs). It is used to address the gap between the offerings of colocation services and the needs of owners of major web sites. Colocation services and MSPs have developed truly symbiotic relationships in which one could not succeed without the other and the combination of these two services is often the best choice for high end web sites. All four categories of web hosting services fall into the practice called outsourcing. An arrangement in which one company provides services to another company,

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