Hey, cool product. I've got it to work fine on my Windows 2000 pc and also my Windows 2000 server running IIS 5.0. Just modified the samples and it
However, when I FTP the files to my verizon.net webspace, keeping folder tree and paths exactly the same as they were with my successful local test, the main page loads up blank, no scroller. This suggests a path problem to me, but I don't know how to fix it. Is there some path change I need to do in scroll.js that will accommotate unix-based web server. I'm afraid I don't know what verizon is using.
browser is mozilla, the latest 18.104.22.168
1. you used relative paths (those should works fine both locally and on the server)
2. no software has corrupted the scroller files (this includes too smart HTML editors, FTP clients, webserver etc)
1. the source of the HTML page and text of the configuration files downloaded via http (view->source feature of the browser)
3. web server's log files (specifically look for "404 not found" messages)
I have pretty much the same problem. I've 1) checked the relative paths are correct and 2) downloaded and reviewed all scroller files from the
server. Yet the problem persists.
Could this have to do with some weird security mechanism at the server end?
Browser is IE 6.0.
Really stuck, will appreciate any help.
Sorry, the loading message should be "(omitted)zos.project.html/$FILE/scroll.html?0....",