my friend's first flash site that has a few scrollpanes and loaders is supposed to show jpegs that upload from external files. When she runs it from her computer, it uploads all the jpegs like it should - inside the borders of the scrollpane. After uploading the site to my host and opening it with IE it doesn't upload the jpegs properly. Instead of showing them in the scroll pane borders it shows them on top of it, sometimes overlapping way outside it's borders. So far it only happens only on IE in windows.... also, if when enter a page with a problem SP the second time, it will show it as it should, inside the SP borders.. The difference seems to be in whether it uploads the jpeg from the net or from the IE cache. The site is at [url removed, login to view] (first page is an html page which asks if you have flash, just click on the right link. Once in the site click on the upper right link for example and then the next link, then any of the links that appear below.) The site's in hebrew for an israeli rock band, the name of the band translates to "worms" ha ha , yea I know it's silly. I can give ftp access and the flash file. I would like to have the site optimized to load faster if possible and the issue fixed.
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