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#1: Music in browser-

Posted on 2008-04-19 21:02:47 by Norma J

I am using FP 2000/Windows XP.

Inadvertantly, my website went down and I am in the process to bring it back
up.

The issue is...

The website is backed up on my hardrive. I can pull it up and edit all the
pages in FP, also can view the pages in IE. My situation is the fact that
many of the pages have music in them, (MP3's converted to .asf, also .asx
text files to play consecutive songs), but When I view the pages (music) in
the browser, (activated when the viewer presses a 'play' button on the
page), the music will not play. Is this because the website is temporarily
down or could there be another problem? It seems like I remember that the
music played when the pages were in the browser when I tested them before
uploading them to the website.

Hope this is not too confusing. I don't articulate too well.

Thanks-
Norma

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#2: Re: Music in browser-

Posted on 2008-04-21 16:48:19 by Mike Mueller

To help in diagnosing, please provide a URL to the site

"Norma J" <njordan1000@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:QPOdnbBG5ORw3JfVnZ2dnUVZ_hSdnZ2d@comcast.com...
>I am using FP 2000/Windows XP.
>
> Inadvertantly, my website went down and I am in the process to bring it
> back up.
>
> The issue is...
>
> The website is backed up on my hardrive. I can pull it up and edit all
> the pages in FP, also can view the pages in IE. My situation is the fact
> that many of the pages have music in them, (MP3's converted to .asf, also
> .asx text files to play consecutive songs), but When I view the pages
> (music) in the browser, (activated when the viewer presses a 'play' button
> on the page), the music will not play. Is this because the website is
> temporarily down or could there be another problem? It seems like I
> remember that the music played when the pages were in the browser when I
> tested them before uploading them to the website.
>
> Hope this is not too confusing. I don't articulate too well.
>
> Thanks-
> Norma
>

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#3: Re: Music in browser-

Posted on 2008-04-21 21:02:52 by Norma J

That is part of the problem, Mike. My domain has not yet been renewed and
is inactive. My pages will only pull up when I command them to 'view in
IE'. This probably is not what you are asking for but the link to the
browser is D:\norma100.com\11\11yoursnew.htm. That is where this particular
page in the website resides on my computer. In the middle of all this,
Comcast also took over from Insightbb.com and I am having a multitude of
problems with all the Active X controls being blocked even though I have
went to IE properties where they show that they are not blocked.

My domain name is norma100.com.

Sorry about the mess- Thought that you might know if indeed, you could pull
up a page into the browser (without it being uploaded to the website) and
still test your links and Active X controls. I expect the site to be up and
running any day now. They gave me a time element which is about now.

Norma




"Mike Mueller" <MyName@ecinet.net> wrote in message
news:BDE8AFF1-4238-421D-993E-331D1FA25239@microsoft.com...
> To help in diagnosing, please provide a URL to the site
>
> "Norma J" <njordan1000@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:QPOdnbBG5ORw3JfVnZ2dnUVZ_hSdnZ2d@comcast.com...
>>I am using FP 2000/Windows XP.
>>
>> Inadvertantly, my website went down and I am in the process to bring it
>> back up.
>>
>> The issue is...
>>
>> The website is backed up on my hardrive. I can pull it up and edit all
>> the pages in FP, also can view the pages in IE. My situation is the fact
>> that many of the pages have music in them, (MP3's converted to .asf, also
>> .asx text files to play consecutive songs), but When I view the pages
>> (music) in the browser, (activated when the viewer presses a 'play'
>> button on the page), the music will not play. Is this because the
>> website is temporarily down or could there be another problem? It seems
>> like I remember that the music played when the pages were in the browser
>> when I tested them before uploading them to the website.
>>
>> Hope this is not too confusing. I don't articulate too well.
>>
>> Thanks-
>> Norma
>>
>

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#4: Re: Music in browser-

Posted on 2008-04-21 21:34:08 by Mike Mueller

That explains alot...

By default, IE will block scripts and activeX controls when the page is on
the local machine. This is an IE issue, not FP.

Open up IE
>Tools >Internet Options > Advanced and then scroll down to Security. Then
>select the top two which allow active content from my computer and CD.



"Norma Jay" <njordan1000@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:g7OdnSWm3-pjeZHVnZ2dnUVZ_uGdnZ2d@comcast.com...
> That is part of the problem, Mike. My domain has not yet been renewed and
> is inactive. My pages will only pull up when I command them to 'view in
> IE'. This probably is not what you are asking for but the link to the
> browser is D:\norma100.com\11\11yoursnew.htm. That is where this
> particular page in the website resides on my computer. In the middle of
> all this, Comcast also took over from Insightbb.com and I am having a
> multitude of problems with all the Active X controls being blocked even
> though I have went to IE properties where they show that they are not
> blocked.
>
> My domain name is norma100.com.
>
> Sorry about the mess- Thought that you might know if indeed, you could
> pull up a page into the browser (without it being uploaded to the website)
> and still test your links and Active X controls. I expect the site to be
> up and running any day now. They gave me a time element which is about
> now.
>
> Norma
>
>
>
>
> "Mike Mueller" <MyName@ecinet.net> wrote in message
> news:BDE8AFF1-4238-421D-993E-331D1FA25239@microsoft.com...
>> To help in diagnosing, please provide a URL to the site
>>
>> "Norma J" <njordan1000@comcast.net> wrote in message
>> news:QPOdnbBG5ORw3JfVnZ2dnUVZ_hSdnZ2d@comcast.com...
>>>I am using FP 2000/Windows XP.
>>>
>>> Inadvertantly, my website went down and I am in the process to bring it
>>> back up.
>>>
>>> The issue is...
>>>
>>> The website is backed up on my hardrive. I can pull it up and edit all
>>> the pages in FP, also can view the pages in IE. My situation is the
>>> fact that many of the pages have music in them, (MP3's converted to
>>> .asf, also .asx text files to play consecutive songs), but When I view
>>> the pages (music) in the browser, (activated when the viewer presses a
>>> 'play' button on the page), the music will not play. Is this because
>>> the website is temporarily down or could there be another problem? It
>>> seems like I remember that the music played when the pages were in the
>>> browser when I tested them before uploading them to the website.
>>>
>>> Hope this is not too confusing. I don't articulate too well.
>>>
>>> Thanks-
>>> Norma
>>>
>>
>
>

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#5: Re: Music in browser-

Posted on 2008-04-22 02:46:45 by Norma J

Sorry Mike, I accidentally hit the 'mail' button to send this but your
answer solved part of the problem.

Got rid of the pesky pop up's at least, and finally allows the links to each
page to work. Still, music will not play. Will just have to wait and see
what happens when I can upload the site to the server. Thanks for the info.

Norma

"Mike Mueller" <MyName@ecinet.net> wrote in message
news:A02956A2-125F-4BCE-94B4-F98E5C3A44A5@microsoft.com...
> That explains alot...
>
> By default, IE will block scripts and activeX controls when the page is on
> the local machine. This is an IE issue, not FP.
>
> Open up IE
>>Tools >Internet Options > Advanced and then scroll down to Security. Then
>>select the top two which allow active content from my computer and CD.
>
>
>
> "Norma Jay" <njordan1000@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:g7OdnSWm3-pjeZHVnZ2dnUVZ_uGdnZ2d@comcast.com...
>> That is part of the problem, Mike. My domain has not yet been renewed
>> and is inactive. My pages will only pull up when I command them to 'view
>> in IE'. This probably is not what you are asking for but the link to the
>> browser is D:\norma100.com\11\11yoursnew.htm. That is where this
>> particular page in the website resides on my computer. In the middle of
>> all this, Comcast also took over from Insightbb.com and I am having a
>> multitude of problems with all the Active X controls being blocked even
>> though I have went to IE properties where they show that they are not
>> blocked.
>>
>> My domain name is norma100.com.
>>
>> Sorry about the mess- Thought that you might know if indeed, you could
>> pull up a page into the browser (without it being uploaded to the
>> website) and still test your links and Active X controls. I expect the
>> site to be up and running any day now. They gave me a time element which
>> is about now.
>>
>> Norma
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> "Mike Mueller" <MyName@ecinet.net> wrote in message
>> news:BDE8AFF1-4238-421D-993E-331D1FA25239@microsoft.com...
>>> To help in diagnosing, please provide a URL to the site
>>>
>>> "Norma J" <njordan1000@comcast.net> wrote in message
>>> news:QPOdnbBG5ORw3JfVnZ2dnUVZ_hSdnZ2d@comcast.com...
>>>>I am using FP 2000/Windows XP.
>>>>
>>>> Inadvertantly, my website went down and I am in the process to bring it
>>>> back up.
>>>>
>>>> The issue is...
>>>>
>>>> The website is backed up on my hardrive. I can pull it up and edit all
>>>> the pages in FP, also can view the pages in IE. My situation is the
>>>> fact that many of the pages have music in them, (MP3's converted to
>>>> .asf, also .asx text files to play consecutive songs), but When I view
>>>> the pages (music) in the browser, (activated when the viewer presses a
>>>> 'play' button on the page), the music will not play. Is this because
>>>> the website is temporarily down or could there be another problem? It
>>>> seems like I remember that the music played when the pages were in the
>>>> browser when I tested them before uploading them to the website.
>>>>
>>>> Hope this is not too confusing. I don't articulate too well.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks-
>>>> Norma
>>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>

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