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    flash gallery

    I scripted this for www.clubsandwich.us that is a club I am in, my friend is running the server.
    http://quasi-ke.servebeer.com/flashgallery.aspx
    we are going to put a lot more in there, but those are just the first few files, and it is on my box as you can see. He doesnt have it setup yet. My club handle is barron bologna . The main page is valid xhtml, but I do not know how to make the flash page valid xhtml and still have it display... I can't seem to get around using the embed tag. Anyone know how?

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    http://www.alistapart.com/articles/flashsatay/ <-- I'm afraid that's as easy as it gets, my friend
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    pyro beat yah to it on msger, validate my pages

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    Originally posted by PeOfEo
    pyro beat yah to it on msger
    GRRR!!!! THAT GUY'S JUST TOO DAMN FAST!!!
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    http://www.clubsandwich.us/flashgallery.aspx yay, My friend could not get it running forever, finally I said, give me remote desktop access, I am tired of this crap. So I logged in via that, and changed a whole bunch of permissions and bingo, it runs now.

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    Hmmm... it validates, eh? I see you're using XHTML 1.1 rather than strict. Do you know of an easier way to get it to validate in strict, other than embedding code into the flash movie? I ask because I'm learning flash right now, but it isn't usable on my site unless I can get it to validate with strict, and I can't figure out the ALA thing.
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    why would you use 1.0 strict rather then 1.1. Do you mean 4.01? I don't use flash, we just wanted a cartoon section on our club's site. Club sandwich, the only club with a foo dnamed after it.

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    Originally posted by PeOfEo
    why would you use 1.0 strict rather then 1.1. Do you mean 4.01
    4.01 is HTML Transitional
    1.1 is XHTML Transitional
    1.0 is XHTML Strict, which I prefer
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    no no no no.... NO.

    xhtml 1.0 strict IS xhtml 1.1
    there is also xhtml 1.0 transitional
    there is both html 4.01 strict and html 4.01 transitional.

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    Ahhh, okay, gotcha! BTW, Peo, do you always design with tables? I thought you would be a web-standards kind of guy
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    Originally posted by DanieLTomaS
    Ahhh, okay, gotcha! BTW, Peo, do you always design with tables? I thought you would be a web-standards kind of guy
    -Dan
    right back at cha. http://quasi-ke.servebeer.com/flashgallery.aspx
    is tabular data and it is valid
    http://validator.w3.org/check?verbos...shgallery.aspx
    http://www.contentquality.com/mynewt...shgallery.aspx
    http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/v...shgallery.aspx

    Look on the display page.
    http://quasi-ke.servebeer.com/displa...e=epilepsy.swf
    if you want css

    I am a web standards guy, view my site in lynx. I am tempted to make a 1.1 site with valid css that is standards compliant that uses tables for layout to make a point, you can be accessable and have tables. I have been trying to make this point for how long now? Tables can actually be a very good solution
    http://quasi-ke.servebeer.com/hybrid2.html
    the reason I say this is you do not have to hack them or worrie about bad box models. If tables are done right they will be styled with css and there will be no nesting in site.

    http://quasi-ke.servebeer.com/layout/ css based layout I have been working on for my clan's site, but I have stopped because I do not have enough free time. Yes I do prefer to make layouts in css. But I could really go either way.
    Last edited by PeOfEo; 05-05-2004 at 01:33 AM.

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    You could always write a DTD and include <embed /> like I did last year for my QuickTime Movies because I didn't want to use JavaScript and was serving XHTML as an application of XML.

    I don't think Flash has as much issues cross-browser wise when you use <object> though.

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