If you are looking to spice up a plain-looking web design, then Flash templates can help you to create a really impressive looking website in very little time.
TemplateMonster.com has the largest collection of Flash website templates and Flash intros on the Web with 1,000's of unique Flash templates for sale.
They offer 24/7 support for their Flash website templates, and the original source code files are included with each purchase. The truth is no one compares to Template Monster when it comes to low-cost, quality Flash web design, and you probably aren't going to find many collections of templates as large or impressive as theirs.
Flash isn't for everyone. If you decide not to use Flash as part of your website design, then return to our home page and look for other types of Web Templates that fit your needs.
Before you buy Flash templates, you should understand that a little extra work goes into using them. Although websites using Flash certainly look impressive, many webmasters find they are happier with a static HTML website with just code and graphics.
Flash templates require you to have the Adobe Flash software in order to edit them, so there is some extra skill involved in running a site with Flash. Also, you need to code your Flash pages to work in multiple browsers (IE, Firefox, Chrome & Safari), which can also be an added headache.
Basically, there are three types of Flash templates you can buy:
In my opinion, you should never setup your entire website as Flash unless you have a real small target audience that you know will like it. There are too many issues with SEO and usability that can easily be avoided by using standard text and images. Flash intros are nice, again, only if you have a small client base that will be impressed by them. Most web users hate them and pass them by quickly, or worse, leave your site.
The best choice for using Flash on a website (in my humble opinion) is using only a moderate amount of Flash in headers, banners, and presentation of products or information. This allows you to have a little "wow" factor on your site without interfering with basic website usability or search engine optimization.
A final note: If you do buy Flash templates from Template Monster, check the compatibility before you buy to make sure it works with your version of the Flash software.