Hi - forgive me I'm not an expert, I think I know just enough to be dangerous. But I'm trying to embed a swf file with CSS behind navigation and I tried using the solution below - but already I'm running into a problem. For a while now, I've had issues with many websites and flash detection telling me that I don't have the flash player installed - which I do, the most recent version - on both firefox and safari. So when I tried the method below, I opened up one the supplied files which had detection and a link that would tell you which version you had installed - the first time I clicked on it, it told me what version I had and now, with both firefox and safari, it tells me I don't have it installed. So when I tried using this code in the site that I'm working on, I can't test it because it's telling me that I don't have flash installed.
So has anyone experienced this problem on a mac? It's been happening to me for a while now, but I just kind of blew it off, but now it's a problem. I realize this question is a little off, but ultimately, I need to embed this flash file behind another element!
Thanks to anyone who can help!
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There is an alternative, more elegant way of embedding flash on your page - check out blog.deconcept.com/swfobject/
. It creates nice clean code on your page that validates and is less bloated than Dreamweaver's solution <img src=../images/dmxzone/forum/icon_smile.gif border=0 align=middle>
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