Hello, this is for a project that is a private business app that you have to have a login for so I can't give you a link but here is my problem..
The initial solution was window.open(path to movie )
and it loaded in a popup. I am now ( using ajax calls ) calling a php page that knows where you are in the system and calls the appropriate training video. If I alert the comm response it shows me the correct path to my movie and if I take that path and place it in the browser the movie plays, how ever if I try to load my movie like this
Nothing shows. I am new to all this so I may be doing something way wrong here. To explain the divs above, I am, in my own way, re-creating the look of the lightbox technique without all the extra code. It is a much more simple solution without all the fade effects. The main div loads a transparent layer and within that layer I load the response from my ajax call which the div with the id 'for_video' and contents within.
Code you posted in second post works just fine in IE, FF, Chrome, and Safari.
Do you have the QT browser plugin installed?
This makes a great example of why to not use QT and .mov. They are not very popular and not everyone has the plugin installed. And many who don't, don't want to hassle with installing it.
But code works just fine.
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