The 'iframe shim technique' lets us overlay a div over windowed elements such as flash objects, select boxes and applets. The trick is to have the div accompanied by an iframe that must have exactly the same size and position as the div, whose z-index must be higher than the iframe's z-index. The windowed element itself must have a lower z-index and the iframe should have a background-color. Here's an example of how to have a div overlay a flash object:
Updated 10-03-2011 at 09:57 AM by molendijk
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The product of many requests as regards Ultimate Fade-in slide show (currently at v2.4, but should work for any Ultimate Fade-in slideshow in the 2.x series) for a button to do this or that, stop or go, pause/play, and individual numbered or thumbnail buttons with or without special effects, with onclick or onmouseover for these individual buttons. This script (right click and 'save as'):
can do any or virtually all (some things you wouldn't want to
Updated 10-27-2011 at 04:22 PM by jscheuer1
The title overstates the point. Both these scripts in their latest versions are pretty darn good as are many of the other Lightbox type scripts out there (see end for two others or Google Lightbox for more, though not all are as good as those mentioned here, many including the original Lightbox mentioned in the title of this blog entry are).
Here's the real story -
Some time ago Dynamic Drive's Lightbox by Lokesh Dhakar was added to the Dynamic Drive official scripts.
Updated 02-29-2012 at 12:54 AM by jscheuer1
People using YouTube-playlists do so on their YouTube-channels, most of the time. But we don't need YouTube to broadcast our YouTube-playlists. We only need YouTube to create them and to determine our playlist-number(s). If you want to broadcast your playlists outside any channel, do the following.
Go to http://www.youtube.com/my_videos. (You have to create a YouTube account if you are 'new').
Create a playlist and add videos to it by clicking on 'add videos', or simply add
Updated 07-19-2011 at 07:55 PM by molendijk
Updated 07-18-2011 at 06:35 AM by ddadmin