Embedding QuickTime Movies for All

Here’s the problem: Internet Explorer (from version 5.5 up) uses the standard object element in way that is so non-standard, it makes all standards-loving browsers ignore it. Luckily the object element is designed to be nested. If the outer layer doesn’t work in a particular browser, the browser is supposed to try the second layer. If the second layer doesn’t work, the browser should try the third layer, and so on.

Figure 18.12. The object element is designed to be nested. If a browser doesn’t support the outer element, it should look at the inner ones until it finds one it likes.

So we should be able to ...

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