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Need place to test Javascript embed code

Posted on 2008-10-28
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Hello Everyon

I'm having a site coded for me, and it will include user video content. I would like to test the javascript embed code to see what it will look like on third party websites, but I don't know of any sites where I can test. I know myspace doesn't allow javascript. Anyone know where I can test my code?

thanks in advance
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Try geocities or tripod and get a free hosting account there.
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thanks- i actually just got root access to a friends live webserver. I pasted the code as an html document, and I can now see the player. There's a bunch of jumbled up characters as well, but player comes through OK.
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