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5/20/2014 7:22 PM

Hi Folks,

I'm trying to use the module creator in DNN to create a module to display video content.

My module is mostly working, however, on page load, my flash object is not visible until I click on the area the SWF should be.

In my code behind, I'm registering jquery; DotNetNuke.Framework.jQuery.RequestRegistration();

On my control, I have a div that should display flowplayer on page load.

<%@ Control Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="false" Inherits="NetroMedia.SecurePlay.View" CodeFile="View.ascx.cs" %>

  <div id="flowplayer" style="height:480px;width:640px;" runat="server">


      jQuery(function() {

        console.log('player loading....');

        flowplayer(// Flowplayer config redacted)





I should add, my console.log() is firing quite happily on page load, but I don't see the SWF object until I click in the area it should be.

Can anyone shed any light?

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