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Placing divs using css over flash files

Sent by Michael Hulse on 17 November 2005 23:11

On Nov 17, 2005, at 3:15 PM, Angelo Ioculano wrote:
> Does anyone have a work around for this?

Hello Angelo,

Flash is always on top.

Each browser will treat that object tag differently, but AFAIK, that is 
the word on the e-street...

There may be a Javascript solution, but applying a z-index (may work 
for some browsers) is not the solution.

You might try:

<param name="wmode" value="transparent" />
<EMBED src="swf.swf" quality=best bgcolor=#FFFFFF wmode="transparent" 
WIDTH="550" ...

This thread has more info about embedding Flash/CSS/wmode:

Looks like some have found a "solution", but I bet none of them work 
well on Mac/browsers.

If it were me, I would opt for an animated gif (esp. applicable if it 
is an advertisement), or move the Flash to a more suitable place on the 
page/redesign the layout...

Good luck,

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