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  1. #1
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    Hello,
    I'm having a dilemma because I created most of my HTML and CSS pages with a swf file embedded in it. However when I tested it in IE 6 and Mozilla, it doesn't show the swf file.
    When I tested in my local computer it works fine.
    Do I have to include the .html file of the swf movie? So the flash movie shows inside the web page.

    check this out:
    http://www.emproduxions.net/ny_persp...uvenate01.html
    http://www.emproduxions.net/ny_persp...uvenate02.html
    Your help is very much appreciated.

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    You need to upload the movie, the embed only searchs for the adress entered, if it works offline but not online, that is your most likely problem.

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    But I uploaded the movies already. I guess I need to check the links where the source files are because I separated them in their own images folder of what year it was developed.

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    Keep the same directory structure offline and online, especially if you are using a visual editor or are unsure about HTML

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    thanks tony for your help, I 'll probably simplify the structure on both offline and online

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    just as a final note, you may have a server that is case sensitive, I have had this problem when linking web pages. If this is the case make sure that if your flash movie is named movie.swf that you are linking to movie.swf and not Movie.swf
    Thee Pyro Wolf

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    Yeah i did that before wiith pages (i don't use much flash)


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