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It looks like you have some invalid characters on the popup window code:
Thanks Jeremy, but do you have any other ideas why it amy not be working. I cleaned up that code using TextWrangler with no luck still. Did things look fine otherwise to you?
Why are you using a script to load the movie? Why not just embed it in the
page 'normally' like you have on the other popups? But do it properly so
they will play in IE6. They do play in Firefox, though. All except the "24"
You are calling this script:
But it is not there.
BTW: the main image on http://myhappypeople.com/ is also missing.
http://myhappypeople.com/Collage_01b.jpg not there.
Hello Alan. I just changed the call to the .js file (so nno directory changes) because it is in the same directory as the 24 popup.html file. Strange though, this worked earlier, now the link is not working.
I would love to use the way I used before, but becasuse of a lawsuit Microsoft was involved in, they will no longer support the embed method used for the other links. (see http://www.apple.com/quicktime/tutorials/embed.html)
So I have to figure out how to do it this way now for it to work in IE. Otherwise users will get an ActiveX prompt everytime you want to view a Quicktime, also, it may break the quicktime link.
The popup opens now, but still no Quicktime.
> I would love to use the way I used before, but becasuse of a
Yes, I know. And you see that there is a fix for it. In fact, Dreamweaver
8.0.2 will apply the fix automatically.
Unfortunately I have to use DW 2004. Do you have any suggestions for my coding situation?