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Double check for matching case in relevant code, folder names and file names
in case you are hosted on Linux.
"dualravens" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I linked to a page on my site that had a bit of flash on it and soon
> that the flash wasn't appearing in Firefox (I didn't check IE). A while
> back I
> ran into the same problem and found the whole Scripts silliness, and took
> of that.
> I wondered if there was someway the folder got erased, so I uploaded it
> Nothing shows up. I went into the code manually took out the reference to
> script that Dreamweaver added leaving only the bare Flash code. It works
> perfectly fine.
> With this in recent weeks I've noticed that in my error logs I'm getting
> messages saying the Scripts folder cannot be found, even though it is
> Would my webhost be blocking the script (I use ipowerweb)? Or is there
> something going on with Firefox (I'm using the most recent version)? Or
> something else?
> What's this script business for anyhow? Having to include a special
Thanks for the quick reply Ken. I am on a linux server.
I thought of this but I'm not sure where or what to check. I can't see where it calls for the Scripts file, except at the beginning of the flash code, but there is no folder reference just a call for the file.
Okay, before I posted this I checked my error logs. The folder being called for is indeed /scripts. However, Dreamweaver itself created the folder Scripts which caused the hassle here. I renamed the folder to the lowercase and so hopefully it will work now. Thanks for pointing me the right direction.