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Thread began 10/24/2009 10:04 am by latellogroup375248 | Last modified 10/26/2009 12:53 am by latellogroup375248 | 1116 views | 5 replies |

latellogroup375248

Home Page Not Showing Properly

Can someone please look at my home page www.livingtrue2me.com and tell me if they can see in the source why it shows the way it does? This looks normal before it is uploaded and then as you can see it is all jumbled up live. the 3 boxes in the middle are missing complete when you look at it live but are there and perfectly fine in design view. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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neilo

Hi,

I take it that you fixed it? When I first checked it, it was jumbled - now it seems fine!

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latellogroup375248

No. Now I can't see the .swf file and the other image I have there and can now see the 3 boxes. So it has just changed not been fixed. There is supposed to be the following under the menu and above the 3 boxes.

Upper left 400X200 swf file

Lower left 400 X 230 swf file

Far right a 500 X 430 jpg

it looks fine in design view

But looks like that live.

any suggestions?

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neilo

Now I've got brain-frazzle.

To date, all that seems odd is that the swf object code is located inside the topNavigation div, (which is inside the navWrapper div).

Also you say you have two swfs, and the code only references one.

Was there originally a div container for the swf object(s) inside the contentWrapper?

There is also an empty div 'boxshots' inside the 'products' div, along with the 'lt2m_girlsback_lg.jpg'

Do you have an original 'out of the box' homepage that this can be compared to?

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neilo

Hi Jackie,

I was able to 'fix' the initial problem using your code and css on my machine by simply deleting the swf file, and removing any swf object code from the page. I then inserted the swf again via the Insert > Media > SWF menu, and selecting the t2m3_header3.swf.

Dreamweaver then placed two files in to a Script folder:

expressInstall.swf
swfobject_modified.js

The SWF then displayed correctly, as did the rest of the formatting.

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latellogroup375248

Thanks for Reply

Thanks for the help and input. I decided to go another route and thus have solved all my old problems and now have what appears to be only two. Which I will start a new thread for called: Can't see admin page or product pics.

Thanks

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