The process is very simple, almost as simple as adding an image in HTML, the only difference is there are a little more lines of code to remember/copy 🙂
For embeding Flash Files:
First of all embed the flash content (file), to your Googlepages.com account or anywhere which gives a direct hotlink to the file, and of course also offers a good amount of bandwidth. That is why I prefer Googlepages.com fro this because Google never sets restriction on bandwidth, although web space available per account is limited to 100MB.
Paste these code lines, where ever you want to embed the flash file.
<param name=”movie” value=”Name_Of_File.swf”>
<param name=”quality” value=”high”>
<embed src=”http://DIRECT_LINK_OF_YOUR_FLASH_FILE.swf” quality=”high”
pluginspage=”http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” width=”700″
Note: Replace everything in the blue color, with appropriate links and values.
In case your visitors do not have flash installed/enabled in their browser, they will be promted for installing it from Adobe.com
Note: In the code above there is both an <embed> tag and an <object> tag. This is because the <object> tag is recognized by Internet Explorer, and Netscape recognizes the <embed> tag and ignores the <object> tag.
The LANGUAGE attribute is optional, but recommended.
You can further see this post, on “How to embed flash Clock and calendar in your blog”.