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1) please give a url address to the uploaded page.
2) the most likely thing is that there is a new file that you haven't
look in the root of the site for a new folder named Scripts
upload it and it's contents, and try the remote page again.
You should start using this due to ie's ActiveX Activation
Tutorial and files:
remember when designing hand code as much as possiable Don't rely to heavily on programs to do the job.
Had a look at the link and most of the examples are the same as my working files. Could not see any mention of the <no script> tag. Web pagesI have done with similar quiz pages did not have this. That's how i isolated the additional tag in the 1st place.
I agree that I should not rely on the program to simply give me the correct script, but using the exact same program and operating system, but different computers give me this additional tag, why??
Alan - In reply I have set up 2 web sites. On each one, click on the Quiz link at the top right of the horizontal menu. There you will see one that works and one that does not. Look at the source code and you will see one major difference. In the one that does not work there is the extra tag of <no script> and </no script>
The sites are
Alan - not sure what you want me to do. If you are on about the swf file, then it's already uploaded. Do you require me to do something witht he link?
Sorry Alan - re read your first reply and yes there is a scripts dir in the root and there is a file called run active conten. So what now?
Alan you are a genius. Uploaded directory and all works.
How come I have never had to do this before?
it's because of the EOLAS lawsuit about active-x content, and changes ms
made to IE. The latest update to dw inserts swf in a way to get around
having to click on them to activate active content.
> Alan you are a genius. Uploaded directory and all works.
> How come I have never had to do this before?