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Old 07-09-2009, 12:38 PM   #1
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Hi,
After a couple of weeks of editting and tweaking I finally got my first flash site finished, but I went to put it online and I got a blank screen after uploading the html file on my ftp. It is a pretty simple site with a couple of external video clips and external texts(which were all loaded onto FTP as well). Everything works fine on my main computer, but it comes up blank when I click on the website. Are they any suggestions out there? What files do I need to upload? I thought it was just the swf file, html(published)file, and media files.

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Old 07-09-2009, 03:29 PM   #2
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Try this: Create a new folder, and in publishing settings, (Ctrl+Shift+F12), change the location of the swf and html publishing to that folder. After you publish it, upload that entire folder (or the content inside). Or maybe you used absolute paths- like when you referenced a external text, etc, you said "C:\Desktop (Your swf is here\hello(Your txt)" instead of "\hello\".
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