website check please
I'm having problems with the Flash plugin detection scheme. The problem is that if you have an older Flash plugin (version 3 or 4), the scheme will work. However, if the user doesn't have ANY Flash plugin, da **** thing dun wanna work. So if you don't have the Flash 5 plugin, please check it out for me.
Even if you have it, comments about the actual site is welcomed... I can take a beating, so dish it. The Forum link is up and down though, but that's my webhost's fault... they're working on it...
looks good i like the flash stuff I would like to set my page up in flash but never really have time to sit and learn the finer points of flash to make it lookd really good
Kinda hard to test for ya considering flash comes with almost every browser out there nowadays.
I wouldn't worry about it.
Very cool site tho!
Looks good, I had the plugin so I cant help in that respect. I like the layout of the site, nice link transition effects...
Looks nice graphically, I found it virtually impossible to read the text (I'm at 1600x1200x32Bit).
heh, at that resolution, it doesn't surprise me... I may up the font size in the projects area, but that should be it... it was designed for 800x600, as most websites are. Sorry about that!
One of the best sites I've seen in a while, very slick. The initial loading took about 50 seconds on 56k dialup but certainly worth the wait.
Good luck in your endeavours!
wow, i love it!!!!!!!!! i gotta learn flash...
Alright I've changed the Flash player detection scheme to a proven one (written by Flash-master Colin Moock)... let me know if you guys have ANY problems with the loading...
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