to the frame 1 main timeline of all your loaded swfs add:
All that did was prevent the products and home files from being called properly.
Can you take a look at the linked files?
Make swf files out of each of the fla files.
Open the "products2" swf. You will see that the buttons switch between two text boxes without problems.
Open the "0342" swf. You will see that you can navigate between the Home and Products buttons just fine, but the text boxes on the products page do not load.
Thank you for the original response.
i don't download and correct files unless hired.
adding this._lockroot=true couldn't cause any problems unless you intended _root in your loaded swfs to reference the main timeline in the loading swf. did you?
I pasted "this._lockroot=true;" into the first frame of all of my files, and all that did was prevent the products and home files from being called properly.
I posted the original examples online so you don't have to download anything.
This is the products page:
It works fine by itself.
This is the main page:
When the products page is called through this page, the text boxes can no longer be viewed.
does that products.swf contain this._lockroot=true?
Not in the example I linked to.
I added the code and uploaded an example of what it does.
When I put "this._lockroot=true" into the first frame of the products.swf file, this occurs:
i.e. you can click over to the products page, but you can not navigate back clicking the "Home" button does not bring up the home page, it refreshes the product page. You are also not able to switch between the two text boxes (copywebdev and officetech) on the products page (though one of them will load--whichever one you click first).
I guess this was "two steps forward and one step back"?
Thank you for continuing to take a look at this.
i'm not going to help further with this. when you give misleading information it's very frustrating.
perhaps someone else will try and help you.
Can someone please download the files and take a look?
I'm certain this is a 30-second fix if someone would just look at the files.
I would be very appreciative!