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How to remove persistent yellow warning “Adobe Flash Plugin not found” Dreamweaver CS5 version 11 ?

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I would like to remove this yellow warning (see screen capture)

 

dreamweaver flash yellow plugin warning.jpg

 

I am using an old purchased copy of CS5 (version 11).   It still works fine for my purposes.

 

Except for “live view”.

 

I want to use Chrome as my browser. I do not use Internet Explorer at all.

 

So I did browse to chrome on my drive application folder, and selected Chrome as my default browser within Dreamweaver.

 

The yellow flash plug-in not found warning at the top (see screen capture picture) as a little X marked on the right-hand border. However when I click on the x,, rather than closing the yellow  warning, it causes Dreamweaver to completely crash. 

 

So how to get rid of this irritating yellow flash warning?

 

Thanks

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Correct answer by Jon_Fritz_II | Adobe Community Professional

You do have some structural errors in your html.

I suppose it could be possible DW might be getting confused to the point where it shows the Flash warning because of them (weirder things have happened because of code issues). Try running your page through the validator at http://validator.w3.org/nu and work through the list it provides. It's possible cleaning up your errors will bring DW back in line.

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How to remove persistent yellow warning “Adobe Flash Plugin not found” Dreamweaver CS5 version 11 ?

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I would like to remove this yellow warning (see screen capture)

 

dreamweaver flash yellow plugin warning.jpg

 

I am using an old purchased copy of CS5 (version 11).   It still works fine for my purposes.

 

Except for “live view”.

 

I want to use Chrome as my browser. I do not use Internet Explorer at all.

 

So I did browse to chrome on my drive application folder, and selected Chrome as my default browser within Dreamweaver.

 

The yellow flash plug-in not found warning at the top (see screen capture picture) as a little X marked on the right-hand border. However when I click on the x,, rather than closing the yellow  warning, it causes Dreamweaver to completely crash. 

 

So how to get rid of this irritating yellow flash warning?

 

Thanks

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Correct answer by Jon_Fritz_II | Adobe Community Professional

You do have some structural errors in your html.

I suppose it could be possible DW might be getting confused to the point where it shows the Flash warning because of them (weirder things have happened because of code issues). Try running your page through the validator at http://validator.w3.org/nu and work through the list it provides. It's possible cleaning up your errors will bring DW back in line.

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This is a good example of why outdated web software is not your friend.  Flash is dead.  Get rid of any and all Flash related scripts from the source code in your document(s).   Flash requires  3rd party plugins that modern browsers no longer support. 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Thanks for your reply.

 

I did not know there were any flash scripts in my page:  https://cheapfastresumes.com/

 

Any other solution?

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I doubt that is the cause.

I prefer not to 'restore preferences'.

But  thanks for your time.

 

 

 

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You do have some structural errors in your html.

I suppose it could be possible DW might be getting confused to the point where it shows the Flash warning because of them (weirder things have happened because of code issues). Try running your page through the validator at http://validator.w3.org/nu and work through the list it provides. It's possible cleaning up your errors will bring DW back in line.

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