It's not going to work - sorry. Other browsers just will not recognize that
as a link.
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"Manuel Socarras" <msoc**no-spam**airtel.net> wrote in message
> i've been asked to make some changes in a site where the designer used a
> Flash button made with DW MX (Insert > Interactive images > Flash button).
> it appears on a lot of pages and has a link to an ASP page
> now i need to know wich zone of the site that ASP page has been called
> from. as HTTP_REFERER is unreliable and trying to avoid having a lot of
> buttons with differents links: id.asp?zone=a, id.asp?zone=b, ... i
> eliminated the Flash link and added a HTML link:
> <A href="id.asp?zone=a">
> <OBJECT classid="clsid27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000"
> <EMBED src="comprar.swf" width="100" height="20" align="right"
> in Mac it works in IE. in other browsers does nothing despite the URL
> appears in the status bar when the mouse is over the button. any
> workaround apart from asking the designer to change the button to images
> with a rollover?
> OSX 10.3.8
> IE 5.2
> NN 7.2, FireFox 1.0, Safari 1.2.4