I want my drop down menu to display over a flash. It's something like this .
What methods do you use to solve this problem? Any help will be appreciated much.
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:rolleyes:Flash menu? I dont quite understand what you mean, but i recommend you to try Sothink Tree Menu. They wrote flash programmes, aslo TreeMenu and DHTMLMenus. So i guess they are profetional in displaying drop down menu in a flash.
wmode did not work for me. The syntax given seemed wrong( /> not > to close the statement). I tried every possible permutation of the syntax.
What DID work was using css to create a class that gave the Flash object a z- index of 100 (or any number higher than the page containers and lower than the drop-down menu) The drop downs' usually have a z-index in the thousands so they're always on top. Flash seems to 'float' to the surface unless you pin it down.
So, if you're like me, and find this thread, but it doesn't help, try the css trick.