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    wanted: 2 short vids

    in order to illustrate a problem i am having, i would like to include 2 known good very short .ogv or .mp4 file links in my doc.

    i know of that fat rabbit one, but that is way too long. much shorter would be better.

    any suggestions ?

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    What has that to do with Javascript?

    All the code given in this post has been tested and is intended to address the question asked.
    Unless stated otherwise it is not just a demonstration.

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    i am trying to post a problem i am having in js which involves running 2 vids simultaneously.

    rather than attaching my vid files each time i have a vid question, it seems like a better practice (cleaner) to just include links to vids in the question.

    that is what i meant by "in order to illustrate a problem..."

    get me ?

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    Post your question first. After that we can still decide whether actual videos are necessary.

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    airblader -

    i already did, on 4-21 titled "trouble getting vids on website to play properly in chrome". but there wasn't much response, so i figured it was probably too much of a mess for anybody to wade into, and i had better pare it way down. that's what i am doing now, and why i was trying to use a link to some vids.

    like people do in this forum when they refer to images.

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    Why do you expect more responses if you never responded to the answer you got?

    A general hint: People don't like going through big piles of code. Even more so if it is unformatted as in your post. Try reducing a question and the code snippets to the essential parts and try presenting your question in a way that makes it easier for people to work with. As I always say: You want us to invest time for an answer, so first invest time in the question.

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    a see many times where more than one person makes suggestions. i was hoping for a better one. maybe if someone took a look at the webpage in chrome, the problem may be obvious to an experienced coder.

    i understand about people not wanting to wade into a big mess, and i have spent hours and days trying to simplify the code (it calls on 3 css pages and 4 js pages).

    what is annoying is that in trying my best to trim it down, i make a simple request, can anybody tell me the links to a couple of short videos ?

    just look at the responses i get.

    as far as un-formatted, i don't follow you. when i previewed my response, it looked fine. what is the correct way to bring html & js in ? believe me, i am trying my best to do it right.


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