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Javascript drop down menu getting cut off by swf in IE

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I have a Javascript drop down menu in an html page which views fine in Safari & Firefox, but in IE the drop downs are cut off by the swf elements on the page which they appear over top of fine in the other browsers. I have tried putting the swf elements on another layer and changing the Z order, but that doesn't work either. Any suggesetions? Do I need to change the menu to a swf too?
Apr 26 '07 #1
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acoder
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This is a problem with IE6. All windowed controls appear above DHTML elements. You will need either hide the swf (easy, but not elegant) or use iframe shimming (more difficult, but better) when the menu appears.
Jan 30 '08 #2

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