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I think you may need to check the SWF location path and make sure you got the correct path in the server.
Hope this helps
the path is correct, thanks though, as I hadnt checked that and should have. I published html and swf to same folder on my pc, it played from there and I just grabbed those with the AC js file and put them on the server in the same folder. the code in the page shows my src in the same directory and the names match (case too).
The problem is your div markup, it's invalid....no id given, not a valid css markup. try without the div included and it should work.
If you want to center your swf file.... consult a css documentation on how to use the div tag properly. Until then you can use a table to achieve same result. (Not the best method but will do for now until you get your css together.)
I removed the div and it still does the same thing. It plays fine and is centered if I do it from local drive. I know its not correct css, I just stuck it in real quick to see it centered in the browser. for school they could care less if it works in anything other than flash player from local drive. I am self teaching on this, because the whole point of taking the class was to learn more about flash websites, but thats not the emphasis of the class.
I also tried this in IE6, IE7, Chrome and Safari with exact same results.. I guess when I get home I will post the fla if anyone wants to look at it and see if its something I did there, but I dont think it is. Thanks for all the help so far.
figured it out.. the file exceeded the size limit for the freehostia account.. I guess you get what you pay for... since its a free hosting acct anyway... put on another server and it works fine, even with the div.
see last post I made