I'm having trouble positioning my Flash movie where I want it in the browser window. I want it:
* To be centered horizontally (easy enough), but also:
* Flush to the top of the browser window, with 0 px between the movie and the top of the browser window
I've been trying various combinations of single-cell tables, divs and CSS absolute & relative positioning, and can't find the right combination to achieve this positioning. The closest I can get is centered horizontally, and about a 5 px gap between the top of the browser window and the top of the movie -- it needs to be flush.
My movie is 1000 px wide and 680 high. This is a simple diagram of what I'm trying to achieve:
I'm not a coder by any means, so specific code examples would be helpful!
For your body tag in the html file try including these four parameters, they should reduce you to having no margin separating you from the very top of the page...
<body topmargin="0" leftmargin="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">
If you have a CSS file for the page you could include it in there instead in the form...
That seemed to work, thank you very much!