- Create a minimal HTML file containing just your Flash reference. Make sure that the path to the SWF file reflects the document library where you’ll upload it to.For example:
<param name=”movie” value=”/SiteName/DocumentLibraryName/FlashFileName.swf“/>
<param name=”quality” value=”high”/>
<embed src=”/SiteName/DocumentLibraryName/FlashFileName.swf” quality=”high”
- Upload this HTML file along with your SWF file to the document library corresponding to the bolded text in step 1.
- On the page where you want to add your Flash content, add a Content Editor Web Part. Click “Edit Web Part”. Under web part properties, enter the relative path to your HTML file in the “Content Link” property” and save.
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Edit: As Ram Gopinathan pointed out on Twitter, there are many upsides to using the Content Link web part. Perhaps most importantly we can then version page content. One caution is that it adds an extra step to rendering your page.