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Convert your native video file to FLV. Just about every new computer has
Flash Player plug-in installed so you'll reach the widest audience with this
file type. To embed Flash Video in your web page, you'll link to an SWF
file which contains the player info and skin.
Embedded Flash Video Code:
b#version=6,0,29,0" width="400" height="400" >
<param name="movie" value="videoplayer.swf">
<param name="quality" value="high" >
<param name="LOOP" value="false">
<embed src="videoplayer.swf" width="400" height="400" loop="false"
quality="high" pluginspage=" http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer"
type="application/x-shockwave-flash"></ embed >
</ object >
Note: For maximum browser compatibility this method uses two tags: <object>
and <embed>. You will need to set the file name and other attributes for
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"Miss_Angela" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Ok, so I can't stand YouTube and I've found many other video 'hosting'
> where random ads would be shown after my video on my website.
> I want to be able to embed the video on my page, and I was told about
> link with the code to do it. It worked GREAT in Internet Explorer, I was
> to figure out how to change the file names, etc....
> But it did not work AT ALL in Fireworks.. The buttons below the picture
> even show up..
> I have heard about Firefox Extensions, but I don't want to add something
> my firefox, because I am not worried about ME viewing it, I want to make
> people who visit my page (using Firefox) can see the video.
> Do I need to put some type of coding on my page so that it will be
> with firefox??? I am so lost.