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    Mozilla not to standards?

    Is there another way of doing this or is Mozilla not supporting a way of putting in flash?

    I use <object> for IE then an <embed> inside of that for netscape to show the flash. The <embed> does not validate and when I take it out Mozilla doesnt render the flash.

    What am I doing wrong?

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    The object tag is the recommended method for embedding external content such as Flash. Check out the E3c site and see what they say about embedded content.
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    but shouldnt <object> work in Mozilla then?
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    so why wouldnt Mozilla just support the <object> tag for it if its supposed to be one of the most standards compliant browsers?

    I can understand Netscape4 or even 6, but Mozilla that just came out weeks ago, whats with that?
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