Greetings Dancers for Dessert.
Some of you may have noticed that the site was unavailable for a few hours in the early morning of May 3rd, 2007. First of all we'd like to apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, but we think you'll agree it was well worth it.
At this time we have added a couple of features to Dancing for Dessert. Some were minor, but the biggest differece you will notice is the *new* video player.
Previously, you had the choice of viewing the Dancing for Dessert instructional material through Windows Media or through Quicktime. While most cannot deny that sometimes two is better than one, the truth is that some people were experiencing compatibility issues with these players. Nothing we couldn't handle, of course, but it would be so much better if you didn't have to experience that in the first place.
Well we heard, we listened, and we've acted upon your suggestions! We've gotten rid of the Windows Media and the Quicktime; Dancing for Dessert instruction is now available exclusively via Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash). This is the *same* format used on sites such as YouTube and Google Video. The advantage to this new system is that regardless of your operating system or internet browser, you will be able to view the instructional materials with ease!!!
Having converted our system to Flash, we also have a degree of control that we didn't have before. Many of you have expressed how much better the Dancing for Dessert experience would be if you were able to loop the videos, as well as view it in Full Screen. Well, your wish is our command: our new flash videos now include loop and full screen functionality!!
Of course in order to get the best experience with our videos you'll need to be sure you are using the very latest version of Adobe Flash. If you're not sure you have it or need to get it, please click on the following link:
We hope you enjoy the new Dancing for Dessert. Please bear with us as there may be bugs that still need to be ironed out. If you come across any such bugs please Contact Us and let us know!
Andrew, Magda & Brian
Dancing For Dessert offers online dance instructions for all ballroom dance styles. Learn dance steps for salsa, swing, foxtrot, waltz, tango, rumba, cha cha, and wedding dances. Our online dance lessons will have you dancing with confidence and ease.