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If you consider the advice I offered as being chastised, I don't know what to say... it was offered in a helpful manner, and you apparently chose to ignore it.
As for your issue,
What do you see when you look at the page linked above? That is the page you said you published with Flash, which I indicated in the other posting is what you should be using for your embedding code instead if trying to let Dreamweaver do it. So if you see what you hope to see, copy the code from that page into your other page in place of the code that Dreamweaver created.
Okay, after several tries of embedding the code for open.html to my
index.html, it finally worked. I had to figure out what code went into the
body and what went into the head, but it finally plays, although, frankly,
If these are all current Adobe programs; all the same version; all part of
the same suite, why wouldn't Dreamweaver just do it as all the tutorials
I've read say it will? Does this mean I have to manually transfer code
everything I make something in Flash? The only other issue is the gray box
is gone from my index.html page in Dreamweaver. It plays in the browser,
and I can edit the code in code view in Dreamweaver (looping or autoplay),
but there is no box in design view like there was before. Is that normal?
Did I not copy something over correctly? The first time I did it it I got
this error message:
that no longer exist. If you don't remove the code, the browser might
to find all instances of this code for you:
I have no idea what that means. Thanks for the help.
I can't answer for the Adobe product suites and the mismatching of processing they impose across different programs. I only know that if you want reliable embedding code that is generated automatically, it is safest to go with the code that Flash produces. I do this all the time and do not have an issue with the small amount of time it takes... copy and paste a couple bits of code and it's done.