When I place the script.php in other servers it works fine (content can be viewed) except with one server, it doesn't return anything (just blank screen). What could be the possible problem, is it a hotlinking issue or something else?
How to embed this flash so it will stay behind other content, e.g. a lightbox?
Now you probably say .... listen dude, check out the 101 postings on swapping images..... Well, just to make it a little more complicated, I want to add the HOTSPOT functionality. When you make the QuickTime movie (virtual tour - aka 360 view), you can identify hot spots. These are basically areas that the user can click on to get the next virtual tour / movie. Now, in test.mov, there is a hotspot66, when you click on it,you are supposed to link through to NewMovie.html (which would contain NewMovie.mov), but I want the same file to remain on the screen and NewMovie.mov to be placed into the image area.
I am using the tinyslideshow and need to be able to embed a wmv file into it. It needs to open within the slideshow as the thumbnail loads and when clicked just as the image does. I have not been able to figure this out or know if it is possible
I am looking for a way to embed an IM window into a web page, so that users can easily send an IM to a support person. I am looking for something free and easily implemented, that doesn't require any client download on the user's system. And supports one of the major IM services like Gtalk, AIM, YIM, ICQ, etc.
Basically I want to provide very very simple answering of questions, so along the lines of LivePerson without the cost and extra features.
I have used this tool in order to display all my youtube videos.[URL]When you go over the thumbnail of one of the videos, you can see the title of each video (the title of the specific video in youtube).I want this title to be displayed before the thumbnail (above it).There are 4 JS files, 1 CSS and a small html code (all on the link provided).
The webpage I have created has embedded video (FLV). It was created in Camtasia from a PowerPoint presentation. Camastia has media controller with a srub line, however the person I designed this for want to be able to advance to the slide in the movie with a forward or back buttom.
I've been trying to add embedded youtube videos to the carousel but so far without success. The videos are all over the screen, even when I wrap them in div. Has anyone ever done this and could help me?
I am working on a project that is using load balanced servers.. all the media that is referenced in the flash is referencing that server. but for some reason on our wireless at work we can't access that server... so I want to check to see if the swf file is existant on the server before writing out what swf to embed.. so if it is there, meaning we're not on wireless.. it will ebmed that one.. otherwise embed a different swf that will use that server's local copy of the site..
I'm getting Error: Object doesn't support property or method 'addEvent' in my webpage. I'm trying to embed a flash carousel in an asp.net page and I have this, but nothing is showing on my page. Using IE9 and FF4
The "body onload" makes the page first load all the way to the left, and then after completely loading switches the content to the center, that is dynamically gross. Now, instead of using the "body onload", is there any other way that i can make the content appear. Seeing that there is no "onbeforeload", there must be another way to solve this.
I have a company that has a group of companies under it. I plan to add 4 company logos on one front page, and when the user mouses over one of the logos, I want a table below to change and show a description of that company.
The images that they will be mousing over will also need to change, and the table that will change should be able to carry a static message such as "Hover your mouse over the logos above to find out more".
I would like to build an HTML page that has four content areas. The first with 3 links that when clicked chage what is shown in the other 3 - and so changing the default content in these sections. The content for these sections will be contained in seperate HTML files sitting on the same server.
I'm sure some wizard will tell me this is a classic example of "piece of cake"; in which case I bow and promise to listen In case I've struck granite rock, feel free to throw questions my way and I'll tell you if I've tried it or not.
So far so good.