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Try adding this to your #navigation
Your page looks good in Firefox, but there is a noticeable issue in IE.
Tell me if that works.
Just put the location of your video file in the place of "sample.mov"
The only issue I have with this comment is that Google views www.website.com and website.com as a seperate page. If you would ever like to get a good page rank, it needs to be only one.
Ok so I forgot that you put the code at the bottom.
Go from this:
<div class="one_third last">
Well the good news for you is that it is working in Firefox!
Alright after viewing it in IE I can see the problem.
Now the reason it is working in Firefox and not in IE would be a CSS...
If it is an strictly an embed, usually you just have to put autostart="false" within the embed tag.
If it is an object (which is recommended), you will...
I think it may have to do with your Z-index in your CSS. Unfortunately without a full source, its pretty much like stabbing in the dark. A link to your source is always helpful to get a full picture...
You have to set your Float to the right for your CSS on