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Integrate Cooliris into a Website. Help with cross-browser issues?

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9:49 pm on Oct 9, 2010 (gmt 0)

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So I really like Cooliris and decided to integrate it into my website. The are multiple methods of doing that as posted on: [cooliris.com...]

No matter which way I try and do it, the Cooliris.swf works, but my images only load in Firefox and Safari.

Can Anyone Please Help?

Is the issue cooliris itself, or could their be a problem with my xml file? (I followed their example.) You can see my code at: [travis-larsen.com...]
5:40 am on Oct 19, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Cooliris requires a browser plug-in? That's not an approach I'd recommend. Any time you require a plug-in to view your site then you're asking for trouble.
1:45 am on Oct 23, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Hey Bill, I somehow missed your message before, but just now found it cleaning out my email.

Anyway,the Cooliris integration I was talking about does NOT require users to have the plugin - that is a separate thing that they offer. I actually figured out the problem... it was my XML file which somehow was only working with the 2 browsers. I rewrote it so that its now fully cross-browser compatible. If you want to see the Cooliris wall working on my site (without you having the plugin) then you can see it at travis-larsen dot com

Thanks for your input, though!
 

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