I expect there is a simple explanation for this and also a
I am using Flash 2004MX , XP, Internet Explorer 7 (IE7),
I have created a quiz using the provided template, and I want
to add to my website which I am making xhtml 1.1 compatable or when
that is too much bother for a page that may soon chage xhtml 1.0
That is where my problems start.
If I use the 'publish from Flash MX' pages in IE 7 all works
OK in Opera 9.1 I just get passed to the alternate page.
If I use my xhtml w3w valid version in IE 7 if the alrternate
page is in the html I get that page and a message telling me to
upgrade to latest version of flash (I have done this for IE 7 and
If I take out the alternat page divert then in IE & all
versions of code work.
With the alternate page code present <meta
http-equiv="refresh" content="3;url=Tickbox_alternate.html" />
in then only the generated code works and that is not even W3W
compliant at xhtml transitional level.
Is the some valid (by W3W validation) published pages code?