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All Active content on a page will always rise to the top, so to speak,
including Flash, certain form elements, Java applets, and Active X controls.
This means that each of these will poke through layers. There is not a good
cross-browser/platform reliable way to solve this issue, but if you can be
confident in your visitors using IE 5+ or NN6+, then you can use the Flash
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"Craig Brown" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I created a simple movie and added it to the following site:
> Now when I scroll over my menu items the pop-up come in behind the movie.
> How can I rectify this?
mary callahan wrote:
> How do you think they did this one-the drop down menu comes on top of the flash
> file. I'm having the same problem
> <a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge
> href=" http://www.jaypeakresort.com/
> thanks"> http://www.jaypeakresort.com/
Look at the source code. Looks like they are using the wmode solution
Murray posted a link to.
But the code is horrible! (I mean the whole page, not just the flash
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