Movie/Menu Files/ActiveX Loading


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jennifer.lyell

Hello,

I am using Frontpage 2003 for a site design. I have 2 .swf files on
the page as well as a menu bar (with cascading menus- created with All
Web Menus Pro) that are on the page. When I preview in Firefox the
movies and menu load automatically. However, when I preview in
Internet Explorer 7 (the only IE browser I have available), it prompts
me to load the ActiveX control before it will load the movie files or
the menu. Is there any way to force Frontpage to include these files
in such a way that they will always load with IE? I'd prefer my
visitors not have to deal with the ActiveX prompt.

I really appreciate your help--

Thanks,
Jennifer
 
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Chris Leeds, MVP - FrontPage

I think the active-x prompt is just for the flash player.
once it's installed it should not happen again.

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Stefan B Rusynko

See http://blog.deconcept.com/swfobject/forum/

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| Hello,
|
| I am using Frontpage 2003 for a site design. I have 2 .swf files on
| the page as well as a menu bar (with cascading menus- created with All
| Web Menus Pro) that are on the page. When I preview in Firefox the
| movies and menu load automatically. However, when I preview in
| Internet Explorer 7 (the only IE browser I have available), it prompts
| me to load the ActiveX control before it will load the movie files or
| the menu. Is there any way to force Frontpage to include these files
| in such a way that they will always load with IE? I'd prefer my
| visitors not have to deal with the ActiveX prompt.
|
| I really appreciate your help--
|
| Thanks,
| Jennifer
|
 

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