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Code not working for Mozilla Firefox


rossgolf

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Alright guys
i have a piece of code that i have copied and pasted from a website for the famous Helicopter Game.
its embeded into a joomla website i help run, but the problem is, i cant seem to get it to work with FF
anychance some one could tell me why and how to fix it?

the code is....
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p>
  /p>
center>
a target="_blank</a"> br />
object classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" codebase="click here" height="600" width="800"> param name="movie" value="click here" wmode="window" /> /object> /a> /center>

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rossgolf

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got it working now thanks mate.
for some reason, joomla decided to play god and change the source code :( lol
thanks anyways

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beynac

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This forum makes it difficult to check code as it strips out some of the characters. However, you have got 'target="_blank</a">'. The closing inverted comma should be after '_blank' not in the 'a' tag.

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