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By Haik Sahakian
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Swfobject creates child nodes inside the HEAD of a web page, so if a HEAD is not present it fails in Safari. You can place the swfobject.js in the body of your page as long as you have a head tag, even if it's an empty one.


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2 Responses to "Swfobject needs a <HEAD> tag in Safari"

 
Webdesigner
said this on 17 Nov 2010 9:46:16 AM CDT
Thank you for this explanation about Swfobject and <HEAD> tag in Safari.

 
aron
said this on 04 Dec 2010 2:16:19 AM CDT
Hi, this is David miller. Awesome post. This is wonderful blog and wonderful information given here., Excellent site, keep up the good work. Thank you for this post. They are all great suggestions that will serve us well in good stead and not for just the holiday season. Thanks for the tips.




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