This isn’t too complicated, but it’s something I hadn’t come across until a few days ago. If you want to tween an object relatively, but the new value changes and needs to be a variable, just cast it as a string. If you’re not using TweenMax/TweenLite, do yourself a favor and give it a try.
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SWFObject is great. I’ve been using it to embed Flash content in my pages since the IE / Eolas “click to activate” thing when it was still called FlashObject. But SWFObject is missing a feature. It’s not easy enough to test your non-Flash alternative content. You can bump up the required version number to one [...]
Update: This fix is no longer necessary. When explaining it to a coworker, we discovered a new version of swffit with a new method called showScrollV() that does the same thing. A common problem with centered web site layouts is what’s been dubbed “page shift.” This happens as users move among pages that are too [...]