I am developing a tree menu for a browser driven instruction manual. The menu is located at <[url removed, login to view]>
2) I want to enable some of these links to post avi movies on the web page as well. I need a programmer to install the appropriate script to enable selected menu items to post an avi movie in a pre-determined position which I will provide. I have attempted to put some script in place to do this but it also fails.
The error is a syntax error occuring in line 1. However, I did not edit line 1. There may be additional errors I am not aware of. However, I feel I have loaded everything correctly.
Re the avi movies, I want to do the same thing with the avi movies as I am doing with the images. I want the user to be able to click on a tree menu selection and then view the avi movie in an image window located on the page. If you go to my web page you will see two image windows on the right side. The upper window has a default image on it. This is the image window I will use for images. The window below it will be used for viewing avi movies.
Note, if you can determine and implement how to only use one image window instead of two (so I can view images and avi movies in the same image window) I will send a bonus.
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