Hey Trent and WP Community,
The code is only a standard link to a file. The plugin functions by java script, and when it sees a link with the relevant file, it automatically acts upon it with the appropriate actions... Awesome Plugin!
I received an email for Dr. Riddoch of An-Archos:
On 17/12/2006, at 8:06 AM, Orion Star wrote:
> I am having a bit of trouble with the preliminary load for quicktime
> movies. I noticed that the size of the preliminary anarchy image is
> not being registered in the height of the post div, and the footer is
> floating over the pre-load image.
Your theme is a bit weird, it's loading all the js and style etc links in the body. You should have <?php wp_head(); ?> just above </head>, it's a wordpress hook used by lots of different plugins and wp itself.
The image float problem is also a common theme problem which you can usually fix via your style.css by using clear: both; on the postmetadata class. Or you could try writing some text just after the mov link which will get placed just below the image and should push the other content down.
I then made the changes he mentioned (with exception to the PHP note, I am still learning that stuff too, so any recommendations are welcome) and I was still having trouble in Firefox for the mac, and I had yet to test in other browsers. So, I tested in Safari, and it displayed fine. I then tested in IE 5 for the mac, and aside from a problem with the post dropping (which I expected, box model issue) the footer wasn't overlapping the movie pre-load (which I didn't expect.)
Here are pics from the different browsers:
I also noticed that when I outlined the block level elements through the Firefox developer tool bar, the footer would then drop down, thought the footer box still showed that it was underneath the post wrap div.
I believe it is going to be something in the CSS for Firefox.I am committed to figuring this thing out, so any ideas or thoughts are greatly appreciated.
All the Best,