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  1. Attention: W3Schools Forums members: A solution has been found for the hypertext markup language version 5 ( HTML5 ) paragraph formatting problem that was posted to this forum yesterday. The HTML5 code is included below for your consideration ( Note: I was not successful using the paragraph tag ( i.e., "<p></p>" ) to format the text following the table, so I figured I would try the blockquote tag ( i.e., "<blockquote></blockquote>" ) with the text class ( "class='text'" ) included in it ( i.e., "<blockquote class='text'> <paragraph text goes here.> </blockquote>" ), and it works perfectly. Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your views. 😊 Keep in touch. Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23. ) : <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> <title>The Holy Bible.</title> <style> table { font-family: arial, sans-serif; border-collapse: collapse; width: 50%; } td, th { border: 1px solid #dddddd; text-align: left; padding: 8px; } tr:nth-child(even) { background-color: #dddddd; } div.container { width: 100%; border: 1px solid gray; } div { text-align: justify; text-justify: inter-word; } div.sup1 { font-size: xx-small; } article { @media only screen and (max-width: 35%) { body { margin-left: 35%; border-left: 1px solid gray; padding: 0em; overflow: hidden; } } } p { text-indent: 20px; } .text { margin: 15px; } p1 { text-indent: -20px; } .text1 { margin: 15px; } p2 { } .text2 { margin: 15px; } .text3 { margin: 15px; } .justified { text-align: justify; } blockquote { margin: 100 100px; } h4 { text-align: center; } sup { vertical-align: super; font-size: x-small; } sup1 { vertical-align: super; font-size: xx-small; } sub { vertical-align: sub; font-size: x-small; } } </style> </head> <body> <div class="container"> <h3><ins>Please read the bulletin and article below:</ins></h3> <object data="The_Gospel_Preacher_243.pdf" width="100%" height="1112"></object> <h4><ins>The Shadow Of The Law of Moses.</ins></h4> <article> <p align="justify" class="text">As in the previous bulletin, a consideration of the claim, that the Old Testament does not apply to us today, is in order. The book of Proverbs is described as "&#8202practical wisdom for living.&#8202"<sup>1</i></sup> Based on the argument just mentioned, are we to conclude that people stopped living once the law of Moses and, by extension, the entire Old Testament became obsolete, when Jesus Christ died on the cross of Calvary? We see the absurdity of this line of reasoning.</p> <p align="justify" class="text">The apostle Paul ( see 2 Timothy 1:1 ) wrote ( see verse 16; Philemon, verses 7, 9, and 20, for example ) in 2 Timothy 3:16, 17, "&#8202<sup><b>16</b></sup>&#8202<sup><i>d</i></sup>&#8202All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, <sup><b>17</b></sup>&#8202that <sup><i>e</i></sup>&#8202the man of God<sup><i2</i></sup> may be competent, <sup><i>f</i></sup>&#8202equipped <sup><i>g</i></sup>&#8202for every good work.&#8202" This means that all of the Old Testament ( including the law of Moses ) and all of the New Testament are profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and training in righteousness. The assertion, that the Old Testament does not apply to us today, implies that one can cut the entire Old Testament out of his or her copy of the Holy Bible; this would leave one with just the New Testament&#8202&#151&#8202not the Holy Bible.</p> <p align="justify" class="text">With regard to the shadow of the law of Moses, consider the follwoing table:</p> <center><h2><ins>Table 1</ins></h2></center> <table align="center"> <tr> <th>Shadow Of The Law Of Moses.</th> <th>General O.T. Concept Carried Forward To The N.T.</th> <th>The Good Things To Come ( The True Form Of These Realities ).</th> </tr> <tr> <td>The Priests' Physical Garments ( see Exodus, chapter 28, for example ).</td> <td>Priestly Clothing.</td> <td>Clothed with Christ ( see also 1 Peter 2:9 and Revelation 1:1-8 ( especially verses 4-6, for example ); 3:14-22 ( especially verse 18, for example ); and 19:6-10 ( especially verse 8, for example ), for example ).</td> </tr> </table> <br> <blockquote class="text">In this case ( as outlined in Table 1, above ), the shadow of the law of Moses is the concept of the specific, physical priestly garments whereas, under the New Testament, the concept of spiritual priestly clothing ( being clothed with Christ through the act of Scriptural baptism ) applies to us as Christians, members of the one, universal, New Testament church ( the church of Christ - see Matthew 1:16; 16:13-20 ( especially verses 16-18, for example ); Romans 1:7; 16:16; and Ephesians 1:15-23 ( especially verses 22 and 23, for example ), for example ).</blockquote> <p align="justify" class="text">What the Bible teaches is that the Old Testament does, in fact, apply to us today, as slaves of God, for example. It is important to understand that the shadow of the law of Moses is obsolete, but the general concepts, contained in the Old Testament, are carried forward into the New Testament, and they apply to us, today, in a different way. In 2 Timothy 2:15, it is written, "&#8202<sup><b>15</b></sup>&#8202Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved,<sup><i>2</i></sup> a worker <sup><i>b</i></sup>&#8202who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.&#8202" This passage of Scripture is the Master's clarion call for Bible study the world over. There is not nearly enough of this activity taking place today.</p> </article> &#160&#160&#160&#160&#95&#95&#95&#95&#95<br> <p1 align="justify" class="text1"><font size="2" color="black">1. <i>The <b>HOLY BIBLE</b>,</i> E<font size="1" color="black">NGLISH</font> S<font size="1" color="black">TANDARD</font> V<font size="1" color="black">ERSION</font>: <i>Containing the Old and New Testaments,</i> PERSONAL SIZE REFERENCE BIBLE, C<font size="1" color="black">ROSSWAY</font> B<font size="1" color="black">IBLES</font>, p. 659.</font></p1><br> <br> </div> <script src="https://my.hellobar.com/0ae31685b506068c0147b160df09bbc44482364d.js" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8" async="async"></script> </body> </html>
  2. Attention: W3Schools Forums members: Does anyone know how to format a paragraph in hypertext markup language version 5 ( HTML 5 ), so that there is no indentation of the first line of text, and with a margin around the text? Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help and your patience. Keep in touch. 😊 Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
  3. Attention: W3Schools Forums members: Please disregard my previous posting. The problem, regarding my web browsers not opening my ".pdf" file, has been solved. Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help in the past, though. Keep in touch. πŸ™‚ Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
  4. Attention: W3Schools Forums members: Included in this post is the hypertext markup language ( HTML ) code for one of my web pages. For the past few days, my ".pdf" file has not been loading in my web browsers. The HTML code is as follows: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> <title>The Holy Bible.</title> <style> div.container { width: 100%; border: 1px solid gray; } div { text-align: justify; text-justify: inter-word; } div.sup1 { font-size: xx-small; } article { @media only screen and (max-width: 35%) { body { margin-left: 35%; border-left: 1px solid gray; padding: 0em; overflow: hidden; } } } p { text-indent: 20px; } .text { margin: 15px; } p1 { text-indent: 1px; } .text1 { margin: 15px; } h4 { text-align: center; } sup { vertical-align: super; font-size: x-small; } sup1 { vertical-align: super; font-size: xx-small; } sub { vertical-align: sub; font-size: x-small; } } </style> </head> <body> <div class="container"> <h3><ins>Please read the bulletin and article below:</ins></h3> <object data="The_Gospel_Preacher_231.pdf" width="100%" height="1112"></object> <h4><ins>Speaking God's Word.</ins></h4> <article> <p align="justify" class="text">As has been established in the bulletin, above, there is a time to speak, and a time to keep silence. Thus, the adage, "&#8202Timing is everything,&#8202" is based on Bible teaching. Through a knowledge of God's word ( cf. Hosea 4:6, for example ), we will recognize an opportunity to speak God's word, and take it.</p> <p align="justify" class="text">When our neighbor is frustrated and angry, that would probably not be a good time to mention the word of God to him or her ( see Matthew 7:6, for example ). Even a family member can be a spiritual dog or pig when he or she is in a bad mood. Wisdom ( see Proverbs 2:1-6, for example ) will help us avoid the emotional scars associated with incidents of bad timing.</p> <p align="justify" class="text">Being attacked by a spiritual dog or pig is not a pleasant experience. When this happens, we will immediately realize that we have sinned ( see 1 John 3:4 ( <i>KJV,</i> for example ), for example ). Jesus has never been guilty of such bad timing, or any other sin ( see Hebrews 4:14, 15, for example ).</p> <p align="justify" class="text">Jesus has invited us to learn from Him ( see Matthew 11:25-30 ( especially verse 29, for example ), for example ). This prayer means so much to us as Christians. If we will take the Master's ( see 1 Corinthians 7:17-24 ( especially verses 22 and 23, for example ), for example ) yoke upon us, we will learn the value of good timing when speaking God's word.</p> </article> </div> <script src="https://my.hellobar.com/0ae31685b506068c0147b160df09bbc44482364d.js" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8" async="async"></script> </body> </html> Can someone tell me why my ".pdf" file is not loading in my web browsers? Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help. Keep in touch. πŸ™‚ Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
  5. Attention: Ingolme: Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) very much for your help. Your suggestion solved my problem. Keep in touch. πŸ™‚ Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
  6. Attention: W3Schools.com forum members: The following ".json" data file is used in conjunction with an AJAX ( Asynchronous Javascript And XML ) file to print a Bible verse to my web page: {"book": "Deuteronomy", "chapter": "4", "verse": "<p><sup><b>20</b></sup>&#8202But the L<font size="2">ORD</font> has taken you and <sup><i>c</i></sup>&#8202brought you out of the iron furnace,<br> out of &#8201Egypt, <sup><i>d</i></sup>&#8202to be a people of his own inheritance, as you are this day.</p>"} The string "L<font size='2'>ORD</font>" prevents my ".json" data file from being printed to my web page. Why are the other hypertext markup language ( HTML ) tags accepted, but not the "<font></font>" HTML tag? Is there a solution for this problem? Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help and your patience. πŸ™‚ Keep in touch. Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
  7. Attention: W3schools.com forum members: Included below is some web server configuration code and hypertext markup language ( HTML ) code, respectively: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName www.holybible1.ddns.net ServerAlias holybible1.ddns.net DirectoryIndex index3_41.htm DocumentRoot "c:/Apache24/Apache24/htdocs/videoa" <Directory "c:/Apache24/Apache24/htdocs/videoa"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride none Require all granted </Directory> </VirtualHost> <center><video width="600" height="500" controls> <source src="http://localhost/The_book_of_Revelation_14a.mp4" type="video/mp4"> </video></center> The web page ( i.e., "index3_41.htm" ) has been serving up fine for roughly the past year, since I initially posed a question regarding this subject on this user forum. However, in the past week or so, the embedded video file ( i.e., "The_book_of_Revelation_14a.mp4" ) has not been working. The two files ( i.e., "index3_41.htm" and "The_book_of_Revelation_14a.mp4" ) were originally stored in a different file path on my personal computer system running Microsoft Windows 10 ( Home ) Edition ( i.e., "c:/Apache24/Apache24/htdocs/pecm" ), but have been recently moved to the new file path ( i.e., "c:/Apache24/Apache24/htdocs/videoa" ). Why is my above-mentioned embedded video file not working now? I posted a similar question on another user forum recently, and was provided the following two suggestions regarding the "<source>" portion of the "<video></video>" tags ( given immediately above ): <source src="The_book_of_Revelation_14a.webm" type="video/webm"> OR <source src="./The_book_of_Revelation_14a.webm" type="video/webm"> These two suggestions do not solve my problem. Can anyone on this user forum tell me what needs to be done to get my embedded video file working in my above-mentioned web page again? Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help and your patience. Keep in touch. 😊 Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
  8. Attention: W3schools.com forum members: After making the following edits to my web server configuration file, and my "mydata.json" JSON data file, respectively, my interactive web page is now working: ScriptAlias "/cgi-bin/" "c:/Apache24/Apache24/cgi-bin/" The quotation marks were missing around the "/cgi-bin/" portion of the above-given line of code ( not the path name ). Then, we have: AddHandler cgi-script .cgi .pl Then, we have: Options +ExecCGI The above-given line of code was added in one of my "<VirtualHost></VirtualHost> containers. And, finally, we have: {"book": "Matthew", "chapter": "1", "verse": "<b>1</b>. <sup>a</sup>The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, <sup>b</sup>the son of David, <sup>c</sup>the son of Abraham."} The above-given line of code, in my "mydata.json" JSON data file, had to be changed from three lines to one line. Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) to all those on this forum who at least viewed my previous posting. Keep in touch. ☺️ Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
  9. Attention: W3schools.com forum members: I just migrated my web files from a web hosting site to my personal computer system, which is currently configured as a dedicated web server. The three files ( one ",jpg" image file, one ".json" JSON data file, and one AJAX file ( i.e., "AJAX_2.htm" ). The code for the "AJAX_2.htm" and "mydata.json" files are as follows, respectively: <html> <head> <meta content = "text/html; charset = ISO-8859-1" http-equiv = "content-type"> <!--Adapted and edited by Russell E. Willis as of 12/28/18.--> <style> div.container { width: 100%; border: 1px solid gray; } article { @media only screen and (max-width: 35%) { body { margin-left: 35%; border-left: 1px solid gray; padding: 0em; overflow: hidden; } } } sup { vertical-align: super; font-size: x-small; } p1 { text-indent: 1px; } .text1 { margin: 15px; } .content-box { column-count: 2; -webkit-column-rule: 1px double purple; -moz-column-rule: 1px double purple; column-rule: 1px double purple; margin: 15px; } </style> <div class="container"> <script type = "application/javascript"> function loadJSON() { var data_file = "mydata.json"; var http_request = new XMLHttpRequest(); try{ // Opera 8.0+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari http_request = new XMLHttpRequest(); }catch (e) { // Internet Explorer Browsers try{ http_request = new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.XMLHTTP"); }catch (e) { try{ http_request = new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP"); }catch (e) { // Something went wrong alert("Your browser broke!"); return false; } } } http_request.onreadystatechange = function() { if (http_request.readyState == 4 ) { // Javascript function JSON.parse to parse JSON data var jsonObj = JSON.parse(http_request.responseText); // jsonObj variable now contains the data structure and can // be accessed as jsonObj.name and jsonObj.country. document.getElementById("Book").innerHTML = jsonObj.book; document.getElementById("Chapter").innerHTML = jsonObj.chapter; document.getElementById("Verse").innerHTML = jsonObj.verse; } } http_request.open("GET", data_file, true); http_request.send(); } </script> <title>The Holy Bible.</title> </head> <body> <h3>&#160&#160&#160Please click the "Bible Verse" button below to read a Bible verse ( <i>ESV</i> ), and read the article below:</h3> <center><table class = "src"> <tr><th><ins>Book</ins></th><th><ins>Chapter</ins></th><th><ins>Verse</ins></th></tr> <tr><td><div id = "Book">Matthew</div></td> <td><div id = "Chapter">1</div></td> <td><div id = "Verse">1</div></td></tr> </table></center> <center><div class = "central"> <button type = "button" onclick = "loadJSON()">Bible Verse</button> </div></center> <br> <center><ins>T<font size="2" color="black">HE</font> H<font size="2" color="black">OLY</font> B<font size="2" color="black">IBLE</font>: E<font size="2" color="black">NGLISH</font> S<font size="2" color="black">TANDARD</font> V<font size="2" color="black">ERSION.</font></ins></center><br> <center><img src="Holy_Bible_ESV_6_crop (635x640).jpg" height="300" width="300"></center><br> <center><ins><font size="3" color="black">The Titles Of Jesus.</font><ins></center> <article> <p align="justify" class="content-box">&#160&#160&#160In Isaiah 9:6, it is written, "&#8202<sup><b>6</b></sup>&#8202<sup><i>u</i></sup>&#8202For to us a child is born, to us <sup><i>v</i></sup>&#8202a son is given; <sup><i>w</i></sup>&#8202and the government shall be <sup><i>x</i></sup>&#8202upon<sup><i>1</i></sup> his shoulder, and his name shall be called<sup><i>2</i></sup> Wonderful <sup><i>y</i></sup>&#8202Counselor, <sup><i>z</i></sup>&#8202Mighty God, <sup><i>a</i></sup>&#8202Everlasting <sup><i>b</i></sup>&#8202Father, Prince of <sup><i>c</i></sup>&#8202Peace.&#8202" Jesus ( see also Luke 2:11, for example ) has the same titles as God, through the concept of the Godhead.<sup><i>1</i></sup> This would explain the phrase "&#8202<sup><i>a</i></sup>&#8202Everlasting <sup><i>b</i></sup>&#8202Father,&#8202" for example ( as we read in verse six ). Furthermore, God said of His Son in Hebrews 1:8 ( please begin reading at verse one to get the immediate context ), "&#8202<sup><b>8</b></sup>&#8202But of the Son he says, <sup><i>r</i></sup>&#8202'&#8202Your throne, O God, is forever and ever, the scepter of uprightness is the scepter or your kingdom.&#8202'" In the verse three implied in this latter passage of Scripture, we observe that Jesus ( see also Matthew 1:16; 16:13-20 ( especially verse 16, for example ), for example ) is the exact imprint of the nature of God. This observation allows us to correctly state that Jesus is the Everlasting Father, in the sense that He is the exact imprint of God's nature. The concept of the Godhead is clearly stated in 1 John 5:6, 7 ( <i>KJV</i>; with center-column references ), namely: "6&#8202This is he that came <sup><i>a</i></sup>by water and blood, <i>even</i> Jesus Christ; not by water only, but by water and blood. <sup><i>b</i></sup>And it is the Spirit that beareth witness, because the Spirit is truth. 7&#8202For there are three that bear <sup>1</sup>record in heaven, the Father, <sup><i>a</i></sup>the Word, and the Holy Ghost: <sup><i>b</i></sup>and these three are one.&#8202" The Godhead is defined as follows: one God&#8202&#151&#8202three Persons. May we, as children of God ( see Galatians 3:26, 27, for example ), imitate the Lamb of God ( see John 1:29; 1 Corinthians 11:1, for example ). Jesus is "&#8202<sup><i>l</i></sup>&#8202the bright morning star&#8202" ( see Revelation 22:16 ). &#128366</p><br> &#160&#160&#160&#160&#95&#95&#95&#95&#95&#95&#95&#95<br> <p1 class="text1"><font size="2" color="black">1. <i>HOLMAN <b>BIBLE</b> DICTIONARY,</i> <b>GENERAL EDITOR</b>: BUTLER, TRENT C., PH.D., HOLMAN BIBLE PUBLISHERS, &#169 Copyright 1991 Holman Bible Publishers, pp. 252, 1373, for example.</font></p1><br> <p1 class="text1"><font size="2" color="black">NOTE: Be careful not to confuse this footnote with the one indicated in the first verse six, or the equivalent translation indicated in the second verse seven&#8202&#151&#8202both verses of which are quoted above.</font></p1><br> <br> </article> </div> </body> </html> {"book": "Matthew", "chapter": "1", "verse": "<b>1</b>. <sup>a</sup>The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, <sup>b</sup>the son of David, <sup>c</sup>the son of Abraham."} I also added the following line of code to my web server configuration file: # Edited as of Saturday, January 19, 2019. AddType application/json .json # End edited as of Saturday, January 19, 2019. After making the above-given edit to my web server configuration file, when I click on the "Bible Verse" button, I get no response. I posted most of the above-given code recently, and solved that problem by uploading my above-mentioned web files to the web hosting site. However, I am not sure what more to do since I have migrated those web files to my personal computer and served them up from there. What am I doing wrong or overlooking? Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help and your patience. Keep in touch. 😊 Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
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    AJAX script.

    Attention: Ingolme: Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your suggestion. I set up a new test subdomain on the web hosting site I am using for two of my web pages, uploaded the AJAX ( Asynchronous JavaScript And XML ) file, and the "ajax_1.txt" file, and the AJAX file works perfectly. Keep in touch.πŸ™‚ Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
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    AJAX script.

    Attention: W3schools Javascript forum members: Earlier this morning I coded a simple AJAX script to post a line of text and a button to a web page and then, upon clicking the button, to print the text ( in the "ajax_1.txt" file ) to the web page. The AJAX script is as follows: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <div id="demo"> <h1>Let AJAX print this text</h1> <button type="button" onclick="loadDoc()">Print Content</button> </div> <script> function loadDoc() { var xhttp = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhttp.onreadystatechange = function() { if (this.readyState == 4 && this.status == 200) { document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = this.responseText; } }; xhttp.open("GET", "ajax_1.txt", true); xhttp.send(); } </script> </body> </html> The file "ajax_1.txt" is as follows: Name = Russell E. Willis. Birth Date = 12/21/1966. Age = 52. The line of text and the "Print Content" button appear in the web browser ( as indicated in the "<div-</div>" portion of the script file above ( but I was unable to insert the screen capture file of the output into this posting due to space limitations )). Why is the text file not appearing in my web browser when I click on the "Print Content" button? What am I doing wrong? NOTE: The script file above is just a minor variation of an example provided on your web page. Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help. Keep in touch.πŸ™‚ Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
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    Web page.

    Attention: Ingolme: Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your polite response. That solved the problem. Keep in touch. Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
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    Web page.

    Attention: Ingolme: I have three web sites located in "c:\Apache24\Apache24\htdocs\pecm," one of which includes 194 hyperlinks to video files, and that web site works fine on the web. The web site that contains the embedded video file should be working on the web, just like the other web site just mentioned. Do you have any other suggestions? Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help. Keep in touch. Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
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    Web page.

    Attention: Ingolme: My personal computer system is currently configured as a dedicated web server ( i.e., I have port forwarding configured in my router ). Therefore, my personal computer system should be the web host. My video file is stored on the hard drive. In the HTML 5 code for my web page, I have the following path specified in a <video> tag: "c:\Apache24\Apache24\htdocs\pecm\The_book_of_Revelation_1a.mp4." ( Without the period ".". ) The MIME type in the configuration file for my web server ( i.e., "mime.types" ) is set with the following line: "video/mp4." ( Again, without the period ".". ) What am I overlooking? Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help. Keep in touch. Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
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    Web page.

    Attention: W3schools.com staff: I recently posted my HTML 5 code for a web page, and have corrected the errors in formatting. The embedded video file works fine on localhost, but it does not play on the web. The correct MIME type is configured in my web server ( i.e., the line "video/mp4" appears in the configuration file ). Why is my embedded video file not working on the web? Thank you ( see Colossians 3:15, for example ) for your help. Keep in touch. Sincerely in Christ, Russell E. Willis P.S. - Please read Proverbs 23:23.
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