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How Did They Do That at www.ZeroHourAdult.com??

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This may be kind of embarrasing to say but I was on: http://www.zerohouradult.com   and they have a movie section.  There are television screens and a remote control.  Inside each screen a streaming movie animation plays.  

How did they do that?  Is this Active X or a trick of Windows 95?
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It won't be hard to figure out, if you type with both hands.  Just use the "View Source" command in your browser. That will make the solution obvious.

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