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Hello,

I have made a comercial web site with Visual Studio.NET and I am using Flash
and Javascript inside the pages. There is also a database that retrieves
information and displays it on a aspx page. This site is working well, but
every now and then when the Flash it clicked, instead of running the
Javascript the script is placed inside the Address bar. Is this a common
problem? Is there a work around? Also, I have heard from visitors that
sometimes when a link is clicked, that the page is directed to a totally
different web site. What would cause that? I am running this site from a
server in my office (Windows Server 2003). Any Help and Suggestions is
greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Chuck

Nov 20 '05 #1
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Hi Chuck,

At first glance, this looks like a client-side problem with your
Flash/JavaScript. You might want to repost this to the Macromedia or
JavaScript news groups.

Good luck,

Eric

"Charles A. Lackman" <Ch*****@cet.com> wrote in message
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Hello,

I have made a comercial web site with Visual Studio.NET and I am using Flash and Javascript inside the pages. There is also a database that retrieves
information and displays it on a aspx page. This site is working well, but every now and then when the Flash it clicked, instead of running the
Javascript the script is placed inside the Address bar. Is this a common
problem? Is there a work around? Also, I have heard from visitors that
sometimes when a link is clicked, that the page is directed to a totally
different web site. What would cause that? I am running this site from a
server in my office (Windows Server 2003). Any Help and Suggestions is
greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Chuck

Nov 20 '05 #2

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