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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 : Working with Multimedia and Online Tools - Using Plug-ins

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You can include content on a page that runs in a Netscape Navigator plug-in, such as a QuickTime or RealPlayer movie, in the user’s browser. After you insert content for a Netscape Navigator plug-in, you can use the Properties panel to set options and parameters for the selected element. When you’re ready to preview the content, you can play all the plug-in elements at once or play them individually. If you want to play movies in Design view, the proper plug-ins must be installed on your computer.

Insert Plug-in Content

1. Open the Web page you want to insert a plug-in content.

2. Click to place the insertion point where you want to insert Plug-in content.

3. Insert the Plug-in using one of the following options:

  • Click the Common tab on the Insert panel, click the Media arrow button, and then click Plugin.

  • Click the Insert menu, point to Media, and then click Plugin.

4. Navigate to the location with the Plug-in file, and then select it.

5. Click OK.

An icon marks where the Plug-in control appears on the page in Netscape Navigator.

Play the Plug-in

1. Open the Web page with the plug-in you want to play.

2. Use any of the following options to play a Plug-in:

  • Selected Elements. Select the media elements, click the View menu, point to Plugins, and then click Play, or click the Play button in the Properties panel.

  • All Elements. Click the View menu, point to Plugins, and then click Play All.

3. Use any of the following options to stop a Plug-in:

  • Selected Elements. Click the View menu, point to Plugins, and then click Stop, or click the Stop button in the Properties panel.

  • All Elements. Click the View menu, point to Plugins, and then click Stop All.

For Your Information: Troubleshooting Plug-ins

If you have followed the steps to play plug-in content in the Document window, but some of the plug-in content does not play, try the following: (1) Make sure the associated plug-in is installed on your computer, and the content is compatible with the plug-in version; (2) Open the file Configuration/Plug-ins/UnsupportedPlug-ins.txt in a text editor and look to see if the problematic plug-in is listed. This file keeps track of plug-ins that cause problems in Dreamweaver and are therefore unsupported. If you experience problems with a particular plug-in, consider adding it to this file; or (3) Check to see if you have enough memory. Some plug-ins require an additional 2 to 5 MB of memory to run.

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