OK I see that this is narrowed down to IE8 and under. Does anyone know of a code I can use which would have a .jpg of the animation appear if a user with IE8 or under accesses the page with thsi animation on it?
I went, did some research and used the fallback option which corrected any issues with pre HTML5 browsers, but I still have a problem looking at the animation in Firefox 19.0.2 on windows I see the following (in Attached)
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Animate only supports modern browsers, which means the latest versions of Chrome, Safari, Firefox and IE9+. There are a few options to target IE8 and lower:
1. Use Google Chrome Frame. In the publish options, there's a option you can check which allows Chrome Frame to run inside of <IE8.
You can also set up a static experience with links in the downlevel stage which will appear in browsers that don't support modern features.
Hope that helps,