I don’t know much about php but I think passing the array as a string will solve your problem.
phpVar.myFlashArr = myArray.toString();
Create a new blank web page and call it “test.html”. Then copy and paste the code I gave you into the page. Then save it and upload it to the root folder of your website. Then click on this link:
The file is intended to be liquid. That means it is intended to fill up your browser’s screen. If you plan to insert the file into a web page with other content, change the “100%” in the width and height to whatever size you want it to be in pixels by removing the % sign.
change “100%” to “900” (900 pixels)
It’s not particularly reasonable to ask someone to go into your website and set up your files for free. If you’re willing to hire someone I’m sure they would be happy to work with you. There are many freelancers here at FlashDen
That last link I am shocked to see it work. I have spent a HUGE amount of time reload and moving files… I think I had them in the wrong place.
It sounds like you need some help making sure the files are in the right place on your server. I wish I could help but I try not to get involved with ftp stuff for liability reasons.
read the livedocs every night before you go to bed
No problem ragtube. I don’t fault you for seeking help. However, the way you titled this thread suggests that the file does not work as advertised. And since this is not the case, I am simply trying to clarify this.
I asked that you be more specific with your questions because in order for people to help they needed additional details.
try changing the swf’s width and height to 100%
>> http://ragtube.com/wall.swf << Swf not found …
This is the problem ragtube is having as we have discussed through several emails. He does not understand how html, xml, flash or ftp works. I pointed him to several online resources and suggested he hire a professional. This is the first time he’s ever worked with flash.
Here’s the actual link:
Hi ragtube. Please be more specific with your question. The files work “out of the box” meaning you can download the files and upload the main folder to your website without having to change anything in order to view online.
Are you using a content management system for your website? How are you trying to insert the code? Did you use the example I sent you? Here it is again:
I’ve had a few people who never stop making changes and what I do is delay the delivery of the changes. Because their project goes off schedule I just tell them I have other work which is usually true. Then when they realize it takes two weeks for one of their stupid changes to be delivered eventually they’re anxious to get the project finished and I can start billing them hourly afterward.
It’s not the best solution but if I did their constant changes right away I’d end up working on it forever and would never be able to get anything else done.
Here’s an example of a loaded swf reading a variable from the swf that did the loading:
You’ll notice the ADDED _TO_STAGE (explained in the other thread) that is necessary.
Also, just one parent would be the parent swf’s loader so we have to write “parent.parent” to access the variable.
Also notice that the “accessVariable” var is public.