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ooppss i only wanted to delete my last reply.....

Okay i messed up and pressed the button to fast… Ooppsie..

Im loading the videopage in IE now, and its taking some time… But i guess thats because the file is some 16ish MB… I'll see if thats going to work for IExterminator..

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I guess a warning in your line of work tends tomean 'run for cover'. Fortunately it's not so severe when it comes to computers ;).
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ps, sorry Chris for letting your browser crash if that happened... I noticed you were reading the topic also...

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I just created a page in my old thrustworthy dreamweaver, because i couldnt get the flv file to work under IE.. ( another reason why everyone should use firefox..) Now the file is the old swf, and also is still awesome :) .

But now the question, if i copy all the code DW pushed out for me into a comcode page, it should work right? ( offcourse i have to point the file values to the right location )

im trying to get rid of pages with iframes when they actually arent needed..

:D  Dont shoot the messenger!!  :D

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I guess a warning in your line of work tends tomean 'run for cover'. Fortunately it's not so severe when it comes to computers ;).
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"But now the question, if i copy all the code DW pushed out for me into a comcode page, it should work right?" - within a Comcode 'html' tag, yes.


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See im starting to learn. I only need confirmation sometimes.  :P
So if i learned right, i can just give the filename only, and make sure the file is in the same dir as the comcode page (pages/comcode_custom/LANGPACK)
Oh, task for me, do this and i'll answer the question myself.  :thumbs:

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You might not get a pleasant suprise if you try that one ;). The web browser, by default, looks for URLs relative to where it thinks a web page is… it doesn't know that you're using a Comcode page that was in that directory. So if you went to http://example.com/site/index.php?page=mycomcodepage in a browser, it'd assume 'foo.jpg' was ' http://example.com/site/foo.jpg'.


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hhmm that's something to remember.. That might be also the problem with the stats page i had…

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