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Java over Flash element - possible?


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:) What do you guys think? Look at the pages (http://abestunts.com/newpage.html and http://abestunts.com/IE/index.html) and look at the code.......help me??? I have banged my head out......enough,,,,----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->Ok.......tested out man confusionI have a java & DIV pulling data from a .js file, over top of a flash element - example (current events)http://abestunts.com/newpage.htmlbut okI have the same DIV code on the index page and it does not work......! http://abestunts.com/IE/index.html-So-the page is setup to run via CSS - the flash element is good and have tried using - wmode & z-index (read a ton on this)i tried to rename the div and all no good.....i added the head and body tags but it makes the page messed up :) SOMETHING SMALL????
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I don't know what the problem is, on my browser the page you say doesn't work looks better then the page you say does work. Also, there isn't any Java content on that page. And for the love of god, make a valid document. Add <html>, <head>, <body>, etc.

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I will be adding the tags but trying to simply get this working! may i am missing you butthere is java content on the page........looks like this<div id="apDiv3"><script src="event.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script language='JavaScript' type="text/javascript"> document.write(mydata) </script></div>

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No, that's Javascript. Java is an applet that you embed on the page. If you're trying to get something working, step 1 is make a valid page. Right now you're trying to get a broken page to work. Fix the page first, and then fix the problem on the page.

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Making valid pages is like writing correctly-spelled documents - it is not an excuse to say "I'm working on the structure" :)

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