Here is the URL to a project that is far as I am concerned was finished.

It is a Flash site that uses PHP for dynamically updating text in some text fields.  
If I can direct you to the Stallions menu---pick a horse.  
A page should load that has a picture of a horse on the left hand side and a green box 
on the right.  The box on the right is dynamic text field.  There should already be 
text inside of it. 

I see it.  My 4 other PCs see it.  About 5 people on this list  can see it.  A dozen 
of my friends can see it. The guy at tech support for where this is being hosted can 
see it.  My client can't see it on his PC running IE5, but can see it on his Mac.  His 
girlfriend can't see it, but one of his friends can. 

We had a fully working version up on a host that ran the PHP from Apache and everyone 
can see it.  The site (and scripts) are now on a  server that runs the PHP  as CGI.   
It boggles the mind.  Has anyone EVER heard of such a thing??  Are there security 
settings on the browser that won't let a CGI script execute, even from Flash??  
Already made him clear his cache.  Any ideas?

Rebekah Garner

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