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Hi, I have this intro page that I did in Flash & now I put it in a table in Dreamweaver (0 for borders & all that). I want to eliminate the spaces above & below the page so there isn't any scrolling. If I could eliminate the spaces on each side, that would be nice too (don't know if that part is possible). I want to keep this thing at "no scale." I have seen other sites do this & I'm at a loss for what I'm doing wrong. Can someone please help? I'm new to Dreamweaver Thanks, -Sly- ...

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    Default Putting flash in table

    Hi,
    I have this intro page that I did in Flash & now I put it in a table in Dreamweaver (0 for borders & all that). I want to eliminate the spaces above & below the page so there isn't any scrolling. If I could eliminate the spaces on each side, that would be nice too (don't know if that part is possible). I want to keep this thing at "no scale." I have seen other sites do this & I'm at a loss for what I'm doing wrong. Can someone please help? I'm new to Dreamweaver Thanks,


    -Sly-

    Referring URLs
    [url]http://slyguywebdesign.com/winecarttest.html[/url]




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    Lorenzana, Thanks, I'll give this a try.


    -Sly-
    Sly1211 Guest

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    Hi Lorenzana,
    Your suggestions helped! The weird thing is that when I have the swf settings at 550x400, the swf looks fine. But when I put them at 780x438, there is white space at each side? Why does that happen? I put in a background color so you see what I'm talking about. I changed the margins to 0 & that put the swf nicely at the top of the page, but I still can't get the bottom of the swf to align with the bottom. Thanks for your help


    -Sly-

    Referring URLs
    http://slyguywebdesign.com/winecarttest.html




    Sly1211 Guest

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    Hi Sly,

    Thanks for that info. Usually SWF files would scale according to the
    dimentions that we specify it to be on the page (W550xH400). Notice that it
    works with the actual SWF dimensions but not when we set our own values. The
    reason why the white space appears on the sides is because the dimensions
    set are not proportional to the original SWF file. As an example, try
    specifying double the dimensions, which is W1100xH800, and you would notice
    that the white borders have vanished.
    There could be some other strange reason but this seems like the one you are
    encountering. Hopfully specifying proportional base dimensions would produce
    the desired result.
    --
    Regards,

    Hp Lorenzana
    MMTS

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    Regards,

    Hp Lorenzana
    MMTS
    "Sly1211" <net> wrote in message
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    settings at 550x400, the swf looks fine. But when I put them at 780x438,
    there is white space at each side? Why does that happen? I put in a
    background color so you see what I'm talking about. I changed the margins
    to 0 & that put the swf nicely at the top of the page, but I still can't get
    the bottom of the swf to align with the bottom. Thanks for your help 


    HP Guest

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