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Dreamweaver 8/PHP/SWF Help


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I have a *.php page, and want to insert a piece of flash I have made.

I go to Insert > Media > Flash and inser the *.SWF.

It shows fine on the screen. I can play the file on the screen infront of me.

I upload both the *.PHP file and the *.SWF and the *.SWF simply will not show.

Both files are definetly on the server.

Where am I going wrong? What makes it even annoying is that it is so simple, yet will not work whatsoever.

Any ideas?

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If you right-click the Flash novie (from the live website) does it say "Movie not loaded"? If it does that's usually because the path to the movie is wrong; it could be that what Dreamweaver thinks is the root of the siteand what the actual root on the live website are two different things.
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Found out the problem - I was just using normal code instead of the PHP code which I should have!

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