Adobe flash!

we have just got our website upgraded to flash---but some companies say they cant view it as flash is blocked on there server--does anyone know how common this is?

geek_terryb_1, Nov 18, 10:07 am

to stop employees wasting hours at etc probably

geek_0800xford, Nov 18, 10:09 am

youtube doesnt use flash i think

geek_terryb_1, Nov 18, 10:10 am

yes it does the interface is flash, the video isnt.

geek_seriouslycgi, Nov 18, 10:12 am

can we see your site?

geek_0800xford, Nov 18, 10:30 am

geek_terryb_1, Nov 18, 10:43 am

youll just have to provide a flash free alternative. that site is freakin cool lol its like a video game. i can make you do the mc hammer dance uh oh uh oh uh oh here comes the hammer.

geek_seriouslycgi, Nov 18, 10:54 am

ha! awesome

edit: not motorhead? "the hammer's gonna smash your dreams" ><.

geek_0800xford, Nov 18, 10:54 am

thanks the site is pretty cool--but no use if people cant see it---we are gonna put up a html alternative version tonight hopefully

geek_terryb_1, Nov 18, 10:57 am

yeah man you really need a lo-fi version
that site is good though, top marks

geek_0800xford, Nov 18, 11:01 am

Your web designer/developer should have provided an html version that should run on auto detect on loading. Although flash can be really pretty, as your site is totally in flash, it likely won't rank very well on search engines.

geek_sighthound1, Nov 18, 11:05 am

One of the coolest sites I've seen for a long time.

geek_deej5, Nov 18, 11:07 am they developed the site

geek_terryb_1, Nov 18, 11:25 am

ha ha ha far out ><.

geek_0800xford, Nov 18, 11:33 am

Coooooool site.......

geek_us109, Nov 18, 4:09 pm

thanks---but fracture are to thank for that

geek_terryb_1, Nov 18, 4:57 pm