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    Question Fullscreen video and fullscreen swf does not work in public_html ,why?

    I am currently working on fullscreen video and fullscreen swf for two different project.
    I set for both the width and height to 100% and padding all 0,
    For the video, i have .webm and .mp4 format

    When i view in localhost or double click the index.html, both work nicely and fine in all browser.
    However when i upload everything to public_html, and view from a url,
    the video keep on jerking and stopped in safari and chrome.
    for firefox ,it couldnt play ,show a white screen.

    The swf when view from
    chrome became 1/3 of the screen.
    safari work fine
    firefox show a white screen

    Browser are updated to the latest version
    How do i solve it? Is there an explanation behind it?

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    You've got me stumped. What is public_html?
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    Hi oldgreat. This sounds like it might be more of a code/programming question.

    Quote Originally Posted by oldgreat View Post
    When i view in localhost or double click the index.html, both work nicely and fine in all browser.
    Video is a bit of a nightmare to work with, unless you are using Flash (but then of course you have other problems, too, such as on mobile Apple devices.)

    You need quite a few different versions of the video to work on all browsers. And then the sizing issues are another can of worms. Could you post a link to your site so we can have a look?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shyflower View Post
    What is public_html?
    It's one of the more common names that web hosts assign to a hosting account's root folder. So it's the folder to which you upload all your web files that others can view on the web.

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    Good Morning all, I still having issue with this

    Hi oldgreat. This sounds like it might be more of a code/programming question.
    The css and html code that i use to make the video fullscreen are basic code.


    Video is a bit of a nightmare to work with, unless you are using Flash (but then of course you have other problems, too, such as on mobile Apple devices.)

    You need quite a few different versions of the video to work on all browsers. And then the sizing issues are another can of worms. Could you post a link to your site so we can have a look?
    Sure, give me a few min to upload all again, as the video is hugh and when it done,i pm u.
    I did use .webm and .mp4 format for the movie and tested in localhost and it work fine on all browser, but as soon as i upload, it couldnt work.


    It's one of the more common names that web hosts assign to a hosting account's root folder. So it's the folder to which you upload all your web files that others can view on the web.
    +1 Thumb ups

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgreat View Post
    and when it done,i pm u.
    Preferably, post a link here so that the community can help, as I'm not video expert at all.


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