Quicktime Embed in Manila/Frontier

Nathaniel I. Cordova Manila-Newbies@userland.com
Fri, 14 Mar 2003 06:05:10 -0800


I really don't know. How do you make the embed tag legal? I mean, not the
embed macro right? But the html tag itself? Cause so far fooling around with
the Macro doesn't seem very safe.



On 3/14/03 5:43 AM, "David A. Bayly" <dbayly@udena.ch> wrote:

> Is the embed tag legal on the Manila website concerned?
>> Hi Folks:
>> Tried to put a quicktime movie in  a Manila site and doesn't seem to be
>> working. I've check what I take to be the relevant pages out there but to no
>> avail.  Is the only way to add a quicktime movie -- the Oliver Wrede Embed()
>> Macro? The discussion I found on this issue dates back to 2001. The code I
>> am using is below. As you can see, I've added the movie as a Gem to my site.
>> <table width="245" border="1" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="0"
>> height="285"><tr height="257"><td width="240" height="257"><embed
>> height="257" pluginspage="http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/"
>> src="" type="video/quicktime"
>> width="320" controller="true" autoplay="false"></td></tr><tr><td
>> width="240"><div align="center"><font size="1"
>> face="Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,Swiss,SunSans-Regular"><b>Senate Bill 10, 72nd
>> Oregon Legislative Assembly 3/12/03</b></font></div></td></tr></table>
>> The table stuff displays but only with the embed code displayed, nothing
>> else. The same code displays fine in my other non-Manila webpages.
>> There is some text that follows this table, but nothing dramatic just basic
>> info on the clip.
>> Any help?
>> Best,
>> N. Cordova
>> ncordova@willamette.edu