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css menu writer problem

Thread began 6/21/2010 4:58 pm by frank401947 | Last modified 6/22/2010 5:43 pm by Jimmy Wu | 903 views | 3 replies |

frank401947

css menu writer problem

I am creating a site www.brynje.no.
Everything works perfect using Mac browsers, but using IE8 or Firefox under Windows, the menu disappears under the Flash files.
This link should show the problem: classic_wool_tshirt.html
Please try to choose PRODUCTS/CLASSIC WOOL, and you will see my point.

I would really appreciate any suggestions on solving this.

Regards
Frank Sveen

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Jimmy Wu

Take a look at the Frequently asked questions section of the CSS Menu Writer support page:
css-menu-writer/

There is a question about the menus and flash. Follow those steps and see if it resolves your issue.

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frank401947

css menu writer problem

Thanks a lot, Jimmy.

I've already spent some time on the FAQ. Found that wmode="transparent" or wmode="opaque" could be the solution, but it did not work.
My programming skills are limited, but I need to find a solution.

I used the Flash component SideShowPro to create the swf files. They must live inside a html file to work properly. The html files are inserted as iFrames.
May be this is to complex in some way?

I will continue my search for a solution.
Pardon my english, I am norwegian...

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Jimmy Wu

This could be a combination of wmode being transparent and also the z-index of the menu items compared to that of the iframe that you have the flash applied to.

It looks like you modified the menu so it doesn't overlap with the flash now though.

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