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hi there.. how are you?

URL : http://ryonn.blogspot.com

Could somebody check my website using web browsers other than IE and Mozilla, please? As it has Flash inside, I am not sure whether this site works in all browsers.

Is there anything that can be improved from my website? What is your running time to load this site to the 'Done' status?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

Ryonn

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New website with flash and frames, pls help

hello?

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New website with flash and frames, pls help

Hi ryonn,
Firstly I must point out that the flash part of the page took to long to load. I am on a fairly fast cable connection but sat there waiting for the page to load for a while watching the time tick over and eventually gave up.
So after that I can't offer much advice but I would like to mention that the court case against Microsoft at the moment may mean a re-write for your site.
More info can be found http://www.csscreator.com/css-node/571

If you are going to use flash you should give impatient people like myself a way out, so that they can still get to the content if that's what they are after.

Without flash there seems to be no navigation as shown in the screen shoot attached.

Hope that helps.

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New website with flash and frames, pls help

Thanks Andy.. I have just realized this morning when I tried to access my website using Mozilla. Well.. it's kinda terrible. It's caused that I haven't made the non-flash version. Thanks for the reply

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New website with flash and frames, pls help

Anyone knows how to play MIDI in Mozilla and Netscape?
Just assume that the page will play the midi automatically without prompting the user to download anything.

Please help

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New website with flash and frames, pls help

Can't help with the MIDI, but wanted to add my $0.02...

I'd like to see the main content taken out of that iframe. I currently see (with IE6) a grand total of three vertical scrollbars. The main one of these doesn't even scroll down to anything.

I also agree with Tony (or Andy, if you prefer Wink) - try and build in an alternative to the Flash menu.

Only a couple of minor points, though. Other than that it looks good!

Cheers,
Daniel

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New website with flash and frames, pls help

Well.. just skip the Flash problem. I can handle that. I just wanna know how to play Midi in Netscape and Mozilla.

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ryonn wrote:
Well.. just skip the Flash problem. I can handle that. I just wanna know how to play Midi in Netscape and Mozilla.

Okay... try this page.

As that's all you want to know for now, I'll move this to Off-Topic.