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    Unhappy CDATA Help Please

    Hello

    Could someone please re-write the below line of code to solve my problem:


    mainmenu>
    <title><![CDATA[<font color="#ffffff" size="10">GUEST BLOG</font>]]></title>
    <content_menu><![CDATA[guestblog.swf]]></content_menu>
    </mainmenu>



    I am trying to get the guest blog "menu" link - to link to a guestblog.swf file "within" a GUESTBLOG folder. Currently, I can only get the guest blog menu link to work - if I leave the guestblog.swf file outside of the guestblog folder. Which I cannot use.

    The above code works for the guestblog.swf file outside of the folder, but not within it. Could someone please show me how to write this line of code? Thank you very much for your time and for helping me.

    Babygirl
    Last edited by Babygirl; 04-06-2009 at 07:33 PM. Reason: Mis-spelled word

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    I'm sorry but how is this implemented in Flash, and could you better explain your file structure?
    jeremy - gnomeontherun
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    Thank you For Your Interest - J.

    I am working on a flash xml website. I had some earlier menu problems which you previously answered back on 3-28-09. I incorporated the 'container' methodology and it worked - at first. But, I discovered, because I have two news pages, and two guest blog pages, only one set of the pages are loading correctly, while the other set is not. I'm thinking I could put each section in a separate folder, then create a container, and that might work. But first, I need to know how to code the CDATA line properly before I create the container for it. Hopefully this helps a little more, if I not, I'll try to explain it better from a different angle.

    Thank you very much - Babygirl -

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    No need for a reply. I figured out the solution. Thank you for your time nonetheless.

    Babygirl


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