A charity organization I occasionally do photography for has
a bilingual website with a 'Flash only' intro page. But since
upgrading my browser's (IE and Firefox on XP) Flash plugin to v10 I
get just a blank white page. The code is there if I select View
Code, but the Flash does not load.
I succeeded in reinstalling the v9.47 Flash reader and their
site's now working again. But I'm concerned that many visitors
whose support they rely on will not be able to load their website
if they update their Flash viewer and are not computer savvy enough
to know what to do to fix it. The impression one gets is that the
website is no longer there.
Is there something I can tell them to do with their Flash
code that will resolve this? Is this a known issue for which a fix
is forthcoming? Folks designing websites that rely on Flash must be
I don't know enough about Flash to offer them a suggestion on
how to fix whatever be wrong with their code, if that's what's
causing it. Any insight is appreciated.
The website is
http://www,procure.ca and it
provides information on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and
eventual cure of prostate cancer.