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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Martins, Mar 29, 2007.

  1. Martins

    Martins Registered

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    hey everyone, i have just signed up with WebCinch hosting and apparently it does let you add support to your files. I uploaded the swf.file to the directory and added the html code to the html file but when i preview it, it just shows the outline of the image in white nothing else.
    what am i doing wrong?
    Thank you guys
     
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    Post your swf link here and we will help you to see what's going on :)
     
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    Make sure that the path to your swf files is correct.
     
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    Hi

    This exact same thing is happening to me

    I tried uploading the same file to another site (on another server) and had no problem with it
    But on this site it only shows up as a white box

    My site is ooakdollart.com/phpBB3/index.php
    You can see just under the banner is a white box, thats the flash file

    I also tried on a blank html file, and had the same problem

    Thanks in advance

    Julie
     
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    Nevermind I fixed it, well worked around it anyway

    I change the line <embed src="../../../ODA_Menu.swf"
    into the full http path, and that worked
     
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