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displaying HTML in front of Flash in IE

Posted on 2010-08-23
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Hello Experts,

I have tried using wmode="opaque" for my flash contents. basically Flash is an embed code. It works fine in FireFox but in IE I have tried using wmode="opaque" and then seting the respective z-index for HTML and Flash elements so that HTML appears above the Flash but no results.

My code structure is something like this.

<div style="position:relative; z-index:100">Some HTML</div>
<div style="position:relative; z-index:-100">Some FLASH with wmode="opaque"</div>

How ever HTML div is a popup box. BUT it is appearing behind the FLASH in IE only.

Please tell some solid solutions. please.
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Oh man!

I got the solution to this problem. :)

Solution is: You need to set mode = "opaque" in a separate param like

<param name="wmode" value="opaque" />
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I am adding to add this comment to let you guys know. Selecting your own comment as solution. Doesnot gains you points but gets your questin closed ;)
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