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Thread began 5/20/2011 11:41 am by randy153228 | Last modified 9/08/2011 5:13 pm by randy153228 | 3314 views | 6 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

this is a problem with using an embedded PDF.

the embedded PDF is not natively supported in most browsers and will rely on a third party plug in to be installed.
to embed the PDF, you need to use the <object> tag. Put bluntly, the object tag punches a whole through the page layout. CSS styling and DOM layering cannot be applied to the object tag.

There is no standards compliant why to embed a pdf document into a web page that work in all browsers.

the only work around i can think of would be to add the PDF to flash object, when embedding a flash object, there is the wmode transparent option to help work around z-index layering issues with flash.

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