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"A plugin is needed to display this content"
I saw a a previous post with a similar problem (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1008744?esab=a&as=aaq) , but it's not for the same sort of content, and the answers did not help me.
I'm trying to view a virtual tour on a website, and I don't know why it's not showing up, but it does if I view it directly.
There is absolutely no indication as to //what// plugin is missing, and where I can get it. I am using the latest versions of Firefox and Flash, on Win 8.1.
It works on every other browser. The full link to the content directly is here, which /DOES/ work in FF: https://49bc6130e8cd1d9c5acf43941b125e6652644cc2.googledrive.com/host/0B21ztMIr_KkXdTNvcHNOYjNlVGc/index.html
I asked for the embed code that was used, which is <embed src="https://49bc6130e8cd1d9c5acf43941b125e6652644cc2.googledrive.com/host/0B21ztMIr_KkXdTNvcHNOYjNlVGc/index.html?html5=only" width="700" height="500"></embed>
Why can't I view the content?
Ps: Your troubleshooter add-on doesn't have a verified author, that's a bit silly.
Then you are out of luck. Embed is the only code that isn't working in Firefox with type is text/html files (iframe and object work).
- [/questions/1023400] Can't play any video in this site: http://www.b92.net/tv/najave.php?cid=60#n2726 In Chrome plays just fine.
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In Firefox you can't use an embed with an HTML file. You will have to use the object tag with the data attribute.
<object height="500" width="700" data="https://49bc6130e8cd1d9c5acf43941b125e6652644cc2.googledrive.com/host/0B21ztMIr_KkXdTNvcHNOYjNlVGc/index.html?html5=only" type="text/html">
Okulungisiwe ngu cor-el
Thanks for your response!
Unfortunately, that code is unsupported in wiki. :(
Alright, thank you very much for your help and responsiveness!