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    Default Flash Background, block my html

    So this is the problem, i try to make full background using flash, not image. I success to make that flash accept 100% width and height, so there is no problem with the monitor resolution.

    He is my concept:
    imaxxo.net/konsep

    But the problem is, i can't see my HTML, even i already set the Z-index or wmode=transparant in the flash embed.

    So is there any solution, that i'm not try yet?
    Thx in advanced
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    That's z-index (css) or zIndex (scripted), never Z-index (though that can work in some browsers). If either of the dual tag strategies are being used, the wmode of transparent must be applied to both the object and the embed tag, or both object tags. For the object tag(s), it's a param, not an attribute as indicated in your post, ex:

    HTML Code:
    <object whatever>
    <param name="wmode" value="transparent">
    other params
    embed tag if used
    </object>
    Some .swf cannot have their backgrounds made transparent in this manner.

    If the tag(s) are scripted, depending upon the script used, the method used for making the wmode transparent can vary.

    If you want more help:

    Please post a link to a page on your site that contains the problematic code so we can check it out.
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