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Estrella

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Hey all,
Nice to join ya.

See me at: www.pen2paint.com

I'm an artist, created my website in Flash & html via Dreamweaver.
Problems to date: a few folks can't get my site to come up full sized. One was using Mozilla, the other may not have had Flash player installed (download phobic). Ideas?

Also, the Resources and tips pages were done in html, and the rest in Flash.
Would like a more consistent presentation. Would I be better to take it all over to Dreamweaver, and not keep it a dominantly Flash website?

Considering buying a nice artists website template and dragging my graphics & all over to it to enable the whole site to work well and have a consistent look. Ideas?

Thanks for any and all input.
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couldn't see it in Firefox, Netscape, or Mozilla.

Hey all,
Nice to join ya.

See me at: www.pen2paint.com

I'm an artist, created my website in Flash & html via Dreamweaver.
Problems to date: a few folks can't get my site to come up full sized. One was using Mozilla, the other may not have had Flash player installed (download phobic). Ideas?

Also, the Resources and tips pages were done in html, and the rest in Flash.
Would like a more consistent presentation. Would I be better to take it all over to Dreamweaver, and not keep it a dominantly Flash website?

Considering buying a nice artists website template and dragging my graphics & all over to it to enable the whole site to work well and have a consistent look. Ideas?

Thanks for any and all input.
Estrella

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Edited by jake6535, 30 April 2005 - 11:01 AM.

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mpfeif101

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Using Firefox, its tiny.
Fine in IE.

Post the code you are using to include your flash document.
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My personal opinion:

Viewing at work with IE6 @ 800x600.

The text seems a bit small on most pages, especially the page about you, the artist. I like the layout and love your "Pen 2 Paint" design. It's really clever.

Good luck with the updates on your site. You have wonderful artwork. :tazz:
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My opinion : Flash websites take long on some PC to load! It is better to decrease the amount of flash images; so that everyone sees it more/better = more visitors.

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Hello,

What website creator are you using to make pen2paint.com?

If you show me the HTML code for the flash object, I will rewrite the code so it works in Firefox and Mozilla. Copy and paste it from the web designer.


Thank you,

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Estrella

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Hey everyone,
Thanks for the tips & ideas. I found code to enable my site to be full size in Mozilla and Firefox and it seems to be visible to everyone now. Thanks!

:tazz: One thing I would like to know a code string for though...
on the Contact page, I'd like the form to clear after the submit button is activated and the info sent. Seems like there should be a simple code line to enable it to do this.

Thanks for any and all help!

Estrella
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Major Payne

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Actually it is quite easy to reset your form, just put the following code in
your onsubmit handler:

document.yourFormName.reset();

However I think your best bet would be to take the user back to the previous
page after submitting form. And to go back in java script:

history.go(-1);

Ron
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hey not bad i like it.
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