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Flash example: W3C recommendation

This page uses the <object> for flash the way it is recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium. There is a type attribute, that tells the browser the scripting language. If it doesn't work on your browser, then you'll see an empty grey rectangle or the fallback content.

The code

The code example below sets off a 300x120 pixels area of the page to either show the movie or the fallback content. If the content takes up more space than 300x120 pixels then the webbrowser will introduce scrollbars. This is to avoid distortion of the page.

Inside the <object> element there is a <div>. It contains the textual fallback content, and will mainly be seen by Google, but sometimes humans. It can contain regular HTML code.

 <object name="flash" data="flash.swf"
         width="300" height="120" type="application/x-shockwave-flash">
  <param name="quality" value="high" />
  <param name="bgcolor" value="#EEEEEE" />
  <param name="pluginurl" value="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" />
  <div style="width:300px; height:120px; overflow:auto">
   <h3>FLASH PLAYER NEEDED</h3>
   The browser will show this content with scrollbars if there is no flash plugin.
   It will be read by google and contribute to the page rank. Therefore write a textual
   representation of the content of your Flash object.
  </div>
 </object>

FLASH PLAYER NEEDED

The browser will show this content with scrollbars if there is no flash plugin. It will be read by google and contribute to the page rank. Therefore write a textual representation of the content of your Flash object.

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