Ok, the correct css code for stretch a swf across the browser is this:
margin: 220px 0px;
As you can see it’s just a modified version of what Bombingpixels had given me.
The 220 px centers the 800x150 swf in the html page. The 0px allows for no space/border btween the edges of the swf itself and the browser window.
Now in the swf itself, you should make these changes:
<embed src=“D:\Websites\Cameron\camtrailer.swf” quality=“high” scale=“noborder” bgcolor="#a59f9f" width=“100%” height=“100%”
Changing the width and height to 100% does not make the swf take up the whole html page, but intstead keeps it looking like it’s 150px high (it gets flattened like a pancake by the css code).
I don’t know if this is more confusing or what but it worked for me:
See? Goes all the way across. The only thing is, any bitmap images you put in this are gonna get pixelated to all hell.