Kasimir -- ...and then Kasimir K said... % % David T-G wrote: % >2) You know, not everyone likes or even *has* flash. All you're doing is % >excluding possible customers of your customer(s). Don't do that. % % I have to disagree a bit. Please do :-) % % It is true that not everyone likes flash - but it is also true that % there are many, who like it very much, and keep their plug ins up to % date. If these people are a sites target audience, it would be foolish % not to use flash on that site. I didn't say to not use flash at all. While I happen to have an irrationally strong dislike for it, I recognize its place. But a flash-only site is next to useless if it must be found (versus, say, being part of a corporate intranet where the visitors will be led to it by other means), because the search engines won't be able to point you there. % % Of course the opposite applies too: if a site's target audience has % considerable amount of those who dislike flash, then flash shouldn't be % used, or at least alternatives should be provided. I'm firmly in the 'alternatives' camp. I imagine that there are fairly few places where it just plain shouldn't be there. % % We have to remember that with flash we can do many things that would be % difficult or impossible otherwise. But as any good tool, flash too is % not the right choice for every situation. Yep. % % .kasimir Thanks & HAND :-D -- David T-G davidtg at justpickone.org http://justpickone.org/davidtg/ Shpx gur Pbzzhavpngvbaf Qrprapl Npg!