Found the attached usefull artilce about flash interfering with lightbox. Tried it on my website and it worked great. The problem was that lightbox was not covering any flash elements…
05-02-2006, 08:01 PM
Hi, I’ve just put “Lightbox image viewer” (http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex4/lightbox/index.htm) into the web site that I’m working on. The page where “Lightbox image viewer” embedded in has a Flash movie clip. Then, that flash animation prevents “Lightbox image viewer” from displaying correctly. In other words, flash overwraps “Lightbox image viewer”.
Here’s my site that I’m talking about.
Thumbnails at the middle of the page is supposed to work with “Lightbox image viewer”.
Is there anyone knows how to fix it? I wonder if my CSS (for the layout) causes this problem…
05-03-2006, 10:06 AM
If this won’t take care of it, then there may be no solution other than to put the flash element on another page –
Follow the detailed information at:
Or, if this short version (good in most cases) fixes it, so much the better! Add in this language to your object/embed tag:
Add the following parameter to the OBJECT tag:
<param name=”wmode” value=”transparent”>
Add the following attribute to the EMBED tag:
05-03-2006, 02:11 PM
Thank you, John!!
It worked perfectly!
I really really apreciate you!:) 🙂 🙂
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