I have created a flash website and uploaded it through Dreamweaver and it looks fine in Safari and Firefox browsers, but when viewing it on the Internet Explorer browser, the file appears extremely large. The original has a centered flash file, which is approx 950px width x 700px height and appears true to size in Safari and Firefox, but in the IE browser, the view of the flash file doesn't even fit on the screen - you have to scroll down to view it all. What can I do to correct the way the file is displayed on the IE browser, while allowing the Safari and Firefox browsers to maintain the current correct display?
I just returned from the Apple store.
Apparently, I am told that Macs automatically shrink webpages to fit the
screen, therefore it is the PC (and IE browser) that must be showing the
file true-to-size. Mystery solved!
I just spoke with a Godaddy rep and he said that my webpage was looking
identical on his safari and IE browsers! He said it could be a prob with IE6
or IE8, because he heard that they had issues. He was using IE7. I am going
to try recreating the site with much smaller dimensions, as I anticipate
that the target audience generally have PCs with fairly low resolution.