Re: Gallery Not Found

Actually, right now I think my problem is different from the "Gallery Not Found" error. When I started off, my problem in IE was that viewer.swf wasn't finding the right files, but now the loading doesn't even get as far as that. I think I have to find a new thread to bomb or start my own now. :D

Re: Gallery Not Found

I figured it out. For some reason, the #flashcontent style element was screwing up my gallery, but only on IE browsers.

<style type="text/css">
    /* hide from ie on mac */
    html &#123;
        height&#58; 100%;
        overflow&#58; hidden;
    &#125;

    #flashcontent &#123;
        height&#58; 100%;
    &#125;
    /* end hide */

    body &#123;
        height&#58; 100%;
        margin&#58; 0;
        padding&#58; 0;
        background-color&#58; #181818;
        color&#58;#000000;
    &#125;
</style>

I took out the #flashcontent element and it's fine now. Does that need to be there? What's the purpose of the 100% height declaration?

I also think the suggestion to update the embed to swfobject.js was helpful. I had two problems. One was the gallery not found issue, but once that was fixed, the CSS issue masked it.

Thanks for your help Ho!