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IHeartDropDead

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Basically I'm new here and I know quite a bit about computers but I have a problem.

on www.iheartdropdead.com, It keeps coming up with a flash player error even though I have updated my flash player many times, and closing web browsers after installing, done everything to do with the flash player and it still does not work.
I have used Google Chrome with it, still fails, Internet Explorer 7, failed, Mozilla Firefox, failed.

Can someone please help me?
thanks,
toby
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Major Payne

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Personally, I think the problem is their lousy coding of the web page and use of the following script to load the Flash as I don't have problems on any other site after I turn on JavaScript for the page:

<script type="text/javascript">
	// <![CDATA[
		
		var so = new SWFObject("flash/dropdead_Base.swf?sec=&cat=&id=&ses=u72l7bn6evik9mibso3jbhu2i1", "DROPDEADCLOTHING", "100%", "100%", "8", "");
		so.addVariable("", "");
		so.addParam("scale", "noscale");
		so.write("flashcontent");
			
	// ]]>
</script>

HTML Coding Errors

Edited by Major Payne, 02 October 2008 - 07:44 AM.

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IHeartDropDead

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yes but, what can I do to be able to access the website on google chrome or firefox or ie?
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Well, I downloaded Adobe's Flash Player for Firefox, returned to site and turned on JavaScript temporarily for the page and it played just fine for me. Try that.
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