Placing an SWF With Transparency and Preserving Transparency

Placing an SWF With Transparency and Preserving Transparency

Take that SWF file with lots of open space(be it an animation walking around or maybe that slick semi opaque video(or something like that…?), or maybe the more practical drop down menu) and place it on a div that floats above your site and allows you to see whatever is underneath of it! A pretty useful technique!

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  1. says: Kkakec

    great work! I wonder if you have a tutorial on hiding div until swf is load/read to play, then div opens for the swf to play?

    1. says: Kevin Malan

      It’s like going long way beyond this version of application by Dreamweaver right and this is the only thing I really want you guys to go updated with. Rest your case with another copy of Adobe so that anyone fresh comer could learn it much better way this for his website for essay writing service.

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