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  1. Redsword
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Hi.

    I am working on a blog for my church that will be for children 6-14 years old.

    I want to post games from http://miniclip.com in the blog and the games have embedded links to the game creators (or to MiniClip in some cases).

    I know the web etiquette is not to have warnings or block outgoing links, but since the users of the blog will be children and since some of the games on the miniclip site are not for children, I need help.

    Is there a way to prevent someone navigating away from the original site when they click a link in the flash game? For example is there a bit of code that prevents any outgoing links or redirects outgoing links to my blog's main page or back to the same page with the game on it etc.?

    My second choice would be a pop-up warning that says something like, "You are leaving MySite.com be sure to ask your parents before go to any other page"

    Thank everyone.

  2. whooami
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Is there a way to prevent someone navigating away from the original site when they click a link in the flash game?

    No.

    My second choice would be a pop-up warning that says something like, "You are leaving MySite.com be sure to ask your parents before go to any other page"

    No, again.

    Youre talking about links that are embeded within the .swf files, you cannot control them. You either edit the .swf files, which is complicated, and in most cases not enjoyed by the authors. Its also arguably unethical.

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