Flash banner not displaying in Firefox

I used BannerZest by Aquafadas to create an interactive flash banner. It displays and responds perfectly in Safari, but does not display in Firefox:

http://www.ccmartinsville.com

Can any of you tell if the problem lies with Firefox, the host server I am using, or possibly a bug in the BannerZest application? Thanks for taking a look. Would somebody also tell me if the banner displays properly when viewing it in IE 6 and/or 7 on a PC? Thanks!


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It works fine in FF 3.0.4 on my Mac

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Someone in the Aquafadas forums said that I have a problem in line 208 of my CSS code. They suggested that I set the value -moz-opacity to 1. Is there is a simple way to accomplish this in Freeway?


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This is the line in question

document.write("#OutsideBox  { -moz-opacity: .999999; }");

I am not sure but I believe that this is there to overcome a browser specific bug. Do you have any actions applied here (the Div Outsidebox) that might be generating this?

David


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BTW can you explain the Suitcase video to an unenlightened one.

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Hi David,

Are you referring to the video on my blog which is linked from our church site?

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Yes - exactly that.

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“Baggage” is a common term used to describe problems and concerns that people carry around with them.


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As Buck has explained to me off list the Video on his blog is of an unhappy man who no matter how hard he tries cannot get rid of an unwanted suitcase - it keeps on returning to him.

The suitcase in question is a metaphor for Guilt - the Video is well worth watching even if you are not spiritually inclined. http://www.buckwardle.com/

Thanks Buck

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You’re welcome :slight_smile:

For any who may be interested, here’s a link to a passage from the Bible that explains what the author of the video was attempting to convey:


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