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Ari Ace

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  1. Hello javascript people! I'm having a problem with some html/css here and it just doesn't seem to go anywhere.So I was wondering if you javascript peeps have a solution to this that is understandable by a newbie!?My experience with javascript stretches as far as whatever dreamweaver adds to my site so there might be some explaining needed.Anyway, heres a link to the topic in question: http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=33130
  2. Some might be trying to click that broken link of yours up there.
  3. Nope, not really. I'm just used to putting it there since you have to put a "-" on it when you move items to the back. Doesn't make a difference really. If anyone has ANY kind of idea of how to make this happen, please post. :)Edit: Never mind, I'll just use the image as a background and it'll work just fine that way. Anyway, this thread can now be closed.
  4. Hello folks. I've been searching for a solution to this problem I'm having and haven't found one so I'm hoping that anyone reading this might know what's up.I'm trying to put an iframe over an image that is within a div container but the only way this works is if the iframe position is absolute. Problem is, when the iframe is absolute it ignores the div completely although the code is within the div. Simple example below: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"><html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /><style type="text/css">#container{width: 966px; margin: 0 auto} </style></head><body><div id="container"> <img src="images/main_sv.jpg" alt="main_sv"/><iframe src="http://www.google.com/" name="main_frame" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true" width="186" height="162" style="border:0;position:absolute;top:50px;left:0px;z-index:+1;"></iframe></div></body></html> If I change the position to anything else the iframe is placed within the div but is also placed below the image instead of over it.If I increase "left" while in absolute position the iframe is moved over the image but is also fixed to the browser instead of the div.
  5. Wow... wow... wow it's fun to be stupid. Turnes out IE only does that when I open the site off line, I have now uploaded it to the host and everything works just fine. Excuse me now I have to go bang my head against a brick wall. Thank you.
  6. Hey guys. I have posted a topic in the Flash section but it seems I'm not having much luck there.But you guys might be able to help me since this involves HTML too. Here's a link.
  7. Guys, if there is anyone around here that knows how to fix this I would greatly appreciate it if you could post a quick answer or if you know some web guru person who finds this to be child play please show him/her this! This is the only thing thats keeping me from finishing my project now. Thank you.
  8. Hey guys. I have posted a topic in the Flash section but it seems I'm not having much luck there.But you guys might be able to help me since this involves CSS too. Here's a link.
  9. Thank you, this problem is now fixed.
  10. Right... lets pretend I got that. But no seriously, it is a template for behavior of a site then? I've checked this out with the "validator" and everything but kinda figured I wouldn't need it, now it seems a bit more important then I thought. Thing is, I work on my stuff off line and that kinda makes me guess what DOCTYPE to use for different things unless I ask people off course.
  11. I'm not using any DTD on this particular one and no I don't have a link, I'm working on it off line. I fixed the "left" thing, it doesn't change anything.
  12. Hey guys.I have found a problem that I hope you can help me with. I'm not sure if I should post it here in the Flash section all tho it does involve Flash. When trying to make a Flash Button load a page in an iframe on my site it opens a new window instead. It has the right content but it is not in the iframe. This of course only happens with Internet Explorer, in Firefox it is working just fine. Please help. This is the code I'm using on one of the buttons: on (release) {getURL ("about_swe.html", "main_frame");} And this is the iframe it is supposed to load in: <iframe src="about_swe.html" name="main_frame" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true" width="480" height="450" style="border:0;position:absolute;top:450px;left:450px;z-index:+1;"></iframe> Thank you.
  13. Hello again W3.Another problem I've encountered today is one that is also caused by IE. I have a piece of Flash positioned on a page and I want it to stay in place when I scroll down the page. Or to explain it better I want it to follow the scroll while everything else is moving in the opposite direction. This also works in Firefox but in IE it just stays pinned where it is.Here is the code I'm using: <head><style type="text/css">#nomove {position:fixed; left:0px; top:0px;}</style></head><body><div id="nomove"><object width="415" height="82"><param name="navigation2_eng" value="layout/navigation2_eng.swf"><embed src="layout/navigation2_eng.swf" width="415" height="82"></embed></object></div></body>
  14. Hmm... All tho I don't understand how it works, it did the trick. Thank you Tal.
  15. Hello W3. I'm "Ari". I have been a frequent visitor to the W3 site for some time now, I find it very helpful and the "examples" function that lets you tamper with existing code directly is quite unique, by that I mean I haven't seen it on any other site. I haven't encountered much trouble learning from the site until now, so I decided to join the forum to ask for help and while I'm waiting I figured why not introduce myself. I currently live in Sweden and my great interests are Art and Media. I hope this community is as helpful as the site and I look forward to sharing information with you. Thank you.
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