2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 29, 2008 10:31 AM by azchuck86

    Firefox works IE 6 or 7 will not

    azchuck86
      Firefox is working great. IE will not display my Flash video after publishing. I've seen lots about this but cannot seem to fix my code to work. If you have any suggestions, some guidance and help would be great. I'm using Dreamweaver 8. My website is www.motopowervideo.com and flash is on the main page. The code works when I upload and test individual web page, but once I publish, it will not work with IE.

      Test code in www.motopowervideo.com/home.html seems to work
      Published does not: www.motopowervideo.com

      I thought I had this working but apparently not completely.

      Your help is appreciated:
      Cheers,
      Todd

        • 1. Re: Firefox works IE 6 or 7 will not
          azchuck86 Level 1
          A link to published code with menus and links is:

          www.motopowervideo.com/testflv3.html

          I tried to post here but the forum kept giving an error message.

          Cheers,
          Todd
          • 2. Re: Firefox works IE 6 or 7 will not
            azchuck86 Level 1
            Ooook, I thin I found something.

            My code seems to work but the publishing process add the following code:

            <script language="javascript" src="widgets/noieactivate.js"></script>

            What is this? I checked on my website in the widgets and the is as follows:

            n=navigator.userAgent;
            w=n.indexOf("MSIE");
            if((w>0)&&(parseInt(n.charAt(w+5))>5)){
            T=["object","embed","applet"];
            for(j=0;j<2;j++){
            E=document.getElementsByTagName(T[j]);
            for(i=0;i<E.length;i++){
            P=E .parentNode;
            H=P.innerHTML;
            P.removeChild(E
            );
            P.innerHTML=H;
            }}}


            Once I remove this, IE 6 and 7 work. To get things working, I left it there but deleted everything in the file.

            Does anyone know what this is for?

            Cheers,
            Todd