Well? Tried what you asked and now it doesn't work in either E. I. or Firefox? What gets to me is the fact that the I. E., using the code, works? Was trying to paste the classid and the embed into the page but was unable to do so. Will look up the code and see if and what there is wrong with it. Thanks for your help. Is it normal for when working on a page on my computer there is no image or movie to be seen. It is only seen when put up on the server?
Using the publish gets the movie up into firefox, however it still doesn't show up in the firefox browser in the position that is wanted. In looking at the parameters governing the usage of positioning (left, right etc.) there seems to be no option other than creating a page that is specific to the firefox browser.
The swf is there but it seems to be under the background color of the html page into which the swf movie has been inserted.
On the other hand there is the possibility of being able to have the swf sit atop the bgcolor of the html page thereby functioning as it should?
Back to the figurative drawing board.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
Not meaning to give you mis-information. Am struggling to overcome this problem and have been able to get the firefox to host the embedded swf.
What has happened is that the web page has been recreated specifically for firefox. Being under the impression that if the embed was done on I. E. then it would tranfer to firefox automatically. This doesn't seem to be the case. In a workaround it was decided that re-doing the page would be the best way to go.
Your assistance has been and is very beneficial in that you made me aware of the publish aspect in flash. Imagine Homer Simpson giving his "D'oh!"
Not sure if what is being done is right but it works. Am able to send it to the server, able to see it working as needed and am now looking at reading the browser to send the right page.
Were it not for your information then there would be a whole lot of struggling left to do. Let me know if this is the right track, please.